The president was unaware of further allegations about Secret Service misconduct before reading about in today's newspapers, spokesman Jay Carney said at today's White House briefing. KIRO TV reported this morning that they had interviewed someone who "joined about a dozen Secret Service agents and a few U.S. military specialists at a strip club in San Salvador a few days before President Obama and his family arrived in El Salvador to meet with its new president, Mauricio Funes."

Carney also wouldn't comment on whether the Secret Service was thoroughly investigating alleged Secret Service misconduct, which includes the infamous Colombia prostitute scandal. Instead, the president's spokesman referred press questions to the Secret Service.

Here's Carney:

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