No wrongdoing

Fenyvesi, Charles
April 1994
U.S. News & World Report;4/11/94, Vol. 116 Issue 14, p21
Reports that after an eight-month probe, the Treasury Department's inspector general has concluded that the White House did not pressure Internal Revenue Service agents to help verify rumors of wrongdoing at the White House travel office. Investigation of the `Travelgate' affair; Audit of UltrAir, the travel office's main charter airline under President George Bush; Conclusions drawn.


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