A question someone might want to ask Scott McClellan.
A company called Reflections Photography handles photography and photo sales for many Republican political events.
They did the event photography for Bush-Cheney 2004 fundraisers, for instance.
Here's their online catalogue. You can view and purchase thousands of photos of Bush campaign and other GOP events.
Just by way of example, here are the photos from a recent Steele for Senate fundraiser in Baltimore attended by President Bush.
Now, Time recently reported that: "Bracing for the worst, Administration officials obtained from the Secret Service a list of all the times Abramoff entered the White House complex, and they scrambled to determine the reason for each visit. Bush aides are also trying to identify all the photos that may exist of the two men together."
Did the White House, earlier this month, order Reflections to remove a photograph of a smiling President Bush and Jack Abramoff from its archive?