Tuesday, October 10, 2006
Trandahl expected to break silence on Foley scandal
From CNN Producer Paul Courson
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Jeff Trandahl, the former House clerk who oversaw the House Page Program, is expected to break his silence Tuesday on the Foley page scandal, according to a colleague familiar with the media's interest in the case.
As clerk, Trandahl oversaw the page program at the same time then-Rep. Mark Foley, R-Florida, was having sexually explicit conversations with the teenage messengers. Trandahl, who resigned as clerk in 2005 to become executive director of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, has not commented yet on the scandal.
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