They're "going to get to the bottom of it." Several high ranking members of Congress say there's much more to learn about the prostitution scandal involving Secret Service agents and members of the U.S. military in Colombia.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports:
One agent's been cleared, six have lost their jobs, and Republican Congressman Peter King of New York says:
(Rep. King) "I would expect, within the very near future, to have several other Secret Service agents leaving."
But there's also questions of whether White House staffers were involved in the prostitution scandal. A 12th Secret Service agent - who's on administrative leave - wasn't staying at the hotel where the scandal began, but at the hotel where President Obama would later stay.
(Axelrod) "This was really disappointing." Obviously, we have to get to the bottom of it."
...President Obama's Advisor, David Axelrod, also on NBC's "Meet the Press." Expect more questions seeking clarity on the scandal from both sides on Capitol Hill this week.
Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.
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