The White House doubled down Friday on its claim that a Florida lawmaker bragged about herself during the dedication of an FBI building named for two slain agents — despite evidence that Chief of Staff John Kelly was wrong when he said she took credit for funding the project. “Absolutely,” spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said...
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