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After mistakenly outing a top spy, White House adopts new review process

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The White House has adopted a formal three-step process for releasing names of people President Obama plans to meet with on international trips after the CIA station chief in Afghanistan was accidentally outed during the president's visit to Kabul in late May. White House deputy press secretary Josh Earnest declined to say whether an internal review found anyone at fault for the release of the...

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