"There is a process that the administration has in place to address the leak of classified information. Make no mistake about it, the President has always held the view that the leaking of classified information is a very serious matter. And the process was followed." - Scott McKlellan, October 2003, regarding Plame
WAXMAN: Are you aware if there has been any investigation that ever took place in the White House about the release of this classified information?
KNODELL: I am not. [...]
CUMMINGS: Let me ask you a few questions, because in answering some of the Chairman's questions, you left me shocked. And I want to make sure I heard you right. Are you saying with regard to this case that is, the outing of Valerie Plame Wilson, there is no report?
KNODELL: Not in my office there is not.
CUMMINGS: And are you also saying there was no investigation?
KNODELL: Not by my office. [...]
WAXMAN: Do you know whether there was an investigation at the White House after the leaks came out?
KNODELL: I don't have any knowledge of an investigation within my office.
KNODELL: I do not.
WAXMAN: Because the President said he was investigating this matter, was going to get to the bottom of it. You're not familiar that any, you're not aware that any investigation took place?
KNODELL: Not within my office, sir.