WASHINGTON, D.C. New documents obtained by the Associated Press present fresh evidence suggesting that Hillary Clinton may not have been forthcoming about her role in the White House travel office dismissals. A written chronology created by then chief of staff Mack McLarty after the firings, and obtained by the Associated Press, indicates that Mrs. Clinton urged him to act on the matter: "May 16 - HRC pressure," the document reads. Three days later, the seven travel workers were fired. Also damaging are notes taken during a White House interview of Fan Dozier, an employee of the Arkansas company hired to replace the travel office. "Said HRC very upset re misa(ppropriation) of funds and wanted them out of there," the document says. The furor over each new piece of evidence is increasing pressure for Hillary Clinton to deal publicly with her credibility problem, notes TIME's Viveca Novac. "She may have to confront the 'Hillary lied' allegations head on with a press conference." Novak says what's truly baffling is the actions of the White House dealing with the matter. "Firing the travel office was within their rights. It's their handling of the scandal that's been so seemingly inept."