#3 guy at the CIA denies prostitutes...

Clinton didn't inhale, and Kyle "Dusty" Foggo didn't engage with prostitutes at card parties hosted and sponsored by two federally indicted arms contractors. He just played cards, he said. Justin Rood at Muckracker spills the goods:


The CIA confirmed to the Wall Street Journal what we knew already from multiple eyewitness accounts: Kyle "Dusty" Foggo, the CIA's #3 official, attended Wilkes' poker parties at hotel suites around Washington, D.C. where prostitutes allegedly entertained.
But that's it, the agency says. He never saw any hookers -- at least not while they were playing cards.
"If he attended occasional card games with friends over the years, Mr. Foggo insists they were that and nothing more," CIA spokeswoman Jennifer Millerwise-Dyck told the WSJ:
"She said Mr. Foggo says he never witnessed any prostitutes at the games and that any allegation to the contrary would be 'false, outrageous and irresponsible.'"
The scandal sheet that Josh Marshall has put together with reporters Justin Rood and Paul Kiel is really dishing out the hot DC sleaze news.

In more sleaze news, outgoing press secretary Scott McLellan made a strange statement about Jack Abramoff's White House visit logs, which the Secret Service has been court ordered to release: "I don't know exactly what they'll be providing, but they only have certain records and so I just wouldn't view it as a complete historical record."
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