WASHINGTON (AP) - The Secret Service's records documenting convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff's contacts with Bush administration officials may not reveal all such meetings, the White House said Tuesday.So, don't blame me later when you find out we didn't fully disclose everything, okay?
The Secret Service has agreed to turn over White House visitor logs showing when Abramoff met with administration officials - and with whom. But presidential spokesman Scott McClellan cautioned reporters from viewing the release as all-inclusive.
'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,' McClellan said.
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