Mostly positive FEMA reports under Obama removed*
from USA Today
In a rare move, the government watchdog for the Federal Emergency Management Agency has removed a dozen largely positive reports evaluating how the agency responded under President Obama to several disasters from 2012 to 2016, according to an internal memo obtained by USA TODAY. The 12 reports were rescinded by the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General because they "may have not adequately answered objectives and, in some cases, may have lacked sufficient and appropriate evidence to support conclusions," read the internal memo issued Thursday.
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