The White House dismissed six aides on Thursday after the staffers failed FBI background checks. Some of the aides were physically walked out of the building by security a day earlier. Those affected had failed the SF86, a Questionnaire for National Security Positions used to determine whether a government employee is eligible for a security clearance. The test takes into consideration a person's credit score, substance use and various personal subjects. Caroline Wiles was among the six escorted off the property.