Bill Gertz

National Security Reporter, Washington Times

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The State Department's  Inspector General  is investigating private contractors who improperly accessed the passport files of  Hillary Clinton ,  Barack Obama  and  John McCain .

Passport Files of Presidential Candidates Breached

The State Department's Inspector General is investigating private contractors who improperly accessed the passport files of Hillary Clinton , Barack Obama and John McCain .

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