WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush's spokesman said Friday there will be no apology to former Clinton administration aides for allegations of pranks and vandalism as the White House changed hands.
The General Accounting Office, Congress' investigative arm, concluded that "there was no proof of anything matching the allegations" by identified White House officials who said they were greeted by damaged offices and equipment.
Former Clinton aides said the GAO's findings vindicated them.
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