VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass. (AP) — The White House said Wednesday there was no evidence to indicate Moammar Gadhafi had left Libya, but a spokesman said it was clear his hold on power had slipped even as loyalists waged scattered battles across Tripoli.
Briefing reporters who accompanied President Barack Obama on his vacation to Martha's Vineyard, Mass., deputy White House press secretary Josh Earnest also said officials are closely monitoring the status of Gadhafi's weapons stockpiles amid concerns that his huge caches of arms could fall into the wrong hands.
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