Dan Emmett

former Secret Service agent

Guest

Former Secret Service Agent who served in the Presidential Protective Division, the CIA National Clandestine Service and the Marines; author of Within Arm’s Length: A Secret Service Agent's Definitive Inside Account of Protecting the President

Dan Emmett on KCRW

The Secret Service is charged with making the White House the safest place in the world.

Is the Secret Service Keeping the President Safe?

The Secret Service is charged with making the White House the safest place in the world.

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