Crede Bailey, a leading White House security official is seriously ill and has been hospitalized since September according to four people familiar with his condition. The White House has not publicly announced about Bailey's illness. The report of his illness comes through secret sources that are stated to be true. It is to be said that he became sick before the Sept 26 Rose Garden event President Donald Trump held to announce his Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett that has been pertained to more than a dozen cases of the disease.
When the local newspaper inspects the matter and asked about the incident a White House spokesman declined to comment on Bailey's condition. Bailey is in charge of the White House security office, who handles credentialing for access to the White House and works closely with the US Secret Service on security measures throughout the combination. A career federal employee who has hardly appeared in the news, Bailey was also limelight up in a controversy last year over security clearances granted to Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, and son-in-law Jared Kushner.
According to the report by The Hill, Bailey personally testified to the House Oversight Committee that he didn't face pressure from others at the White House to grant clearances, Crede Bailey is in charge of the White House security office, which handles credentialing for access to the White House.