The taxpayer-funded security will be extended to Trump's four adult children and their spouses, as well as three former administration officials.
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A spokesperson for the Guard said guardsmen are being told, "if they see or hear something that is not appropriate, they should report it to their chain of command."
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While TSA has a traditional role in Inauguration Day, this year may be different considering COVID-19 and a "different threat environment," TSA told Insider.
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If the rioters had gotten there just seconds earlier, The Washington Post reported, "they would have been in eyesight of the vice president."
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The rehearsal was postponed from Sunday to Monday, Politico reported. Security agencies have ramped up operations after last week's Capitol riots.
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Agents assigned to Kushner and Trump ended up using port-a-potties, store restrooms, and facilities in the homes of Barack Obama and Mike Pence.
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The federal government is renting a $3,000-a-month studio apartment across the street from the Trump-Kushner residence for the agents' bathroom needs.
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The range of criminal conduct being investigated is "unmatched" in FBI and Justice Department history, one official said.
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The move follows a request from a veteran in Congress who asked the Army to review troops and root out those sympathetic to domestic terrorists.
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The Washington Post reported that Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort even billed taxpayers for a $3 glass of water when he met with Shinzo Abe.
"As hard as you try to like the president and you want to believe in his policies, his judgment is just so flawed and so selfish."
Medical professionals and both current and former Secret Service agents were extremely alarmed by Trump's car ride.
Dr. James P. Phillips said "the irresponsibility is astounding" after President Donald Trump exited Walter Reed on Sunday to appear before supporters.
The scenario, which stems from President Trump refusing to say whether he'll accept the election results, may or may not involve the Secret Service.
A lawsuit turned up new documents pushing the Washington Post's tally to over $1 million in fees from the Trump Organization to the Secret Service.
Joe Biden's security perimeter was breached at a Pennsylvania airport on Friday. The suspect was quickly removed by Secret Service.
The couple stayed in $1,000-a-night hotels and visited the Louvre on a trip over two days in 2018. Costs were recently unearthed by HuffPost.
The US government is facing more accusations of buying location data to track people down without the usual warrants.
The agency purchased Locate X, a product that uses data gathered by apps to track device locations, according to Motherboard.
Agencies' ability to purchase any data on the open market is a big loophole.
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