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Topic - Thomas Vietor
"We have received the letter and will review it," White House spokesman Thomas Vietor said, declining further comment.
White House National Security Council spokesman Thomas Vietor said the United States had "no information to suggest" the chaos in Libya has "placed Libya's [chemical weapons] material at risk of unauthorized access."