The White House's spin on the Rob Porter domestic abuse scandal continues to spin out of control.Today, under oath at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, the Trump-appointed FBI Director Christopher Wray told senators that the bureau had warned the White House about Porter's shady background check on four separate occasions.Timeline FBI Director Wray just laid out:March: Partial background report on PorterJuly: Completed background reportNov.: Provided follow-up infoJanuary: Closed the fileRaj Shah said last week Porter's "background investigation was ongoing" when allegations became public.— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 13, 2018 Wray's testimony directly contradicts the White House's version of events. Last week, deputy press secretary Raj Shah insisted that "The White House had not received any specific papers regarding the completion of that background check.""Nuh-uh," said Wray today, in more respectable words. According to the FBI, the FBI started telling the White House their findings as far back as last March. Still, the White House kept the domestic abuser on and gave him classified material.According to FBI Director Wray, the FBI notified the White House about former aide Porter’s background check in March, completed the report in July, & closed the file in January. This timeline contradicts the Trump White House. pic.twitter.com/tPWhyO5cHZ— Ron Wyden (@RonWyden) February 13, 2018 Caught in a lie by the FBI, at today's press briefing, Sarah Sanders decided to say that just because the FBI and the White House are saying different things, it doesn't mean that the White House is lying.She insists that the White House security office may have known about Porter's history, but that doesn't mean anyone else did..@PressSec, when pressed about Rob Porter timeline: "The FBI portion was closed, the White House Personnel Security Office -- the one that makes a recommendation for adjudication -- had not finished their process." https://t.co/jTle9syoNH pic.twitter.com/oW1qLBMQaI— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 13, 2018 A lot of people aren't buying it.Sarah Sanders says no one senior in the White House knew of the allegations. FBI said they reported four times to the White House. So why aren't White House officials raging mad that no one filled them in? Sanders won't say.— Josh Dawsey (@jdawsey1) February 13, 2018 There is the new WH story: @PressSec is now diverting responsibility to “career officials” in the WH personnel security office.— Jim Sciutto (@jimsciutto) February 13, 2018 After FBI Director contradicts WH narrative, Sanders today says process at WH had not yet completed. But just yesterday she said: "Look, this is a process that doesn't operate within the White House. It's handled by our law enforcement and intelligence community." https://t.co/VCaaxcmK56— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) February 13, 2018 White House spokeswoman seems to be arguing the White House personnel security office is not a part of the White House— Devlin Barrett (@DevlinBarrett) February 13, 2018 Is the White House's story a Beatles song? There are just SO MANY VERSIONS OF IT!!GIPHYCheck back in tomorrow, when there will certainly be a new story from the White House.