White House accused of ‘stonewalling’ as it refuses to reveal exactly who attended terrorism summit
The White House did not reveal who attended its three-day terrorism summit until yesterday, making it guilty of stonewalling the American people. The attendees included Russian top spy Alexander Bortnikov, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, National Security Adviser to Israel Yossi Cohen, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt Sameh Shoukry, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense for Kuwait Khaled J M Alsabah, Minister for Interior of Pakistan Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, Minister of the Interior of France Bernard Cazeneuve, British Home Secretary Theresa May, Lieutenant General Talib Al-kenani, Minister of Foreign Affairs for Norway Børge Brende, and Director-General of Counter-Terrorism for Iraq. The attendees came from 60 countries and represented different religious backgrounds.
Chris Farrell, Judicial Watch’s Director of Investigations, offered some commentary on this matter:
‘The American people are owed a complete list of all persons attending the CVE summit. Anything less is an insulting stonewalling and a continuation of the Obama administration’s hypocritical “transparency” policy,’ Chris Farrell, director of investigations for Judicial Watch, told Daily Mail Online Thursday afternoon.
‘If Russian FSB Director Bortnikov can attend the summit and know who is there, then the American people certainly deserve to know.’