Abramoff's White House Visits
In response to a lawsuit that was filed to enforce a Freedom of Information request, the Bush administration says it will release Secret Service logs of Jack Abramoff's visits to the White House. The logs probably won't resolve an ongoing mystery:
It is not clear if the logs will resolve the issue of how Mr. Abramoff and one of his lobbying clients, the chief of an Indian tribe in Texas, were able to attend the May 2001 reception with Mr. Bush, since Mr. Abramoff's name was not on the guest list for the event. The White House has said it cannot explain how Mr. Abramoff was able to enter the White House complex that day.
Maybe he used his key to the back door.