Former Secret Service Agent WARNS: President Not Secure in the White House

Former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino speaks out about the inadequacy of the security for the White House. If a man with a backpack can make it to the back door of the White House, what would an assault team accomplish? He raises some valid concerns and points out THREE (3) steps that need to be taken immediately. I agree with him. This is far-sighted.

As Written By Aaron Klein for Breitbart: 

A former Secret Service agent who served in the security details of both Presidents Bush and Obama warned on Saturday that President Donald Trump “is not secure in the White House right now as it stands.”

Dan Bongino, who was also an instructor at the training academy of the Secret Service, was commenting on Friday night’s reported breach of the White House complex, at least the seventh such incident in recent years.

Bongino stated: “If one guy with a backpack and Omar Gonzales with a bad knee could get near the residence of the White House, can you tell me with a straight face that a forty-man tactical assault team with heavy weapons wouldn’t take that place down?”

Bongino was referring to a 2014 incident in which Gonzales penetrated the north portico doors of the White House, reportedly brandishing a three-and-a-half-inch folding knife in a back pocket.

“This is inexcusable,” Bongino said of the latest incident. “How many of these are we, as the citizenry, going to tolerate, whether under Barack Obama or now President Trump, before there is enough citizen outrage that the Secret Service actually does something?”

Bongino is the author of the bestselling 2013 book Life Inside the Bubble: Why a Top-Ranked Secret Service Agent Walked Away from It All. He also previously ran…..

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EXCLUSIVE: Former Secret Service Agent Warns Trump ‘Not Secure’ in the White House – Breitbart

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