White House May Be Interested In Probing Former Wasserman-Schultz Employee

The White House is apparently considering its own investigation into the firing of an IT staffer for Florida Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. 

Imran Awan has already been under investigation by the FBI for bank fraud.  

Awan was arrested Monday at Dulles Airport outside Washington trying to flee the country and was fired by Wasserman-Schultz the next day.  

At a briefing Thursday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked if President Trump has an opinion on the case.  

Sanders said that, while she hadn't talked with Trump specifically about Awan, she said there should be, quote, "a thorough investigation."

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