Is the Secret Service Protecting the President?

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When a fence jumper gets to the East Room and gunfire breaks windows, the White House is clearly not be the safest place in the world. When a felon armed with a pistol rides an elevator with the world’s most powerful man, it doesn’t take a Secret Service veteran to see a disaster waiting to happen. Experts blame a management culture so arrogant that cover-ups of serious threats and dangerous deficiencies are part of the job. Both Republicans and Democrats agree there’s a world-class problem. What needs to be done?

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