US Security Service says White House intruder was detained after 16 minutes

Posted March 19, 2017

It's not the first time this video showing a security breach in 2014 when a 42 year old Iraq war veteran armed with a knife made it all the way inside the white house into the east room before being tackled just 29 seconds after he jumped the fence.

Bongino sounded the alarm after a series of epic recent screw-ups that underscored to him that President Trump is not safe on the White House grounds.

Chaffetz said he sent a letter to Secret Service Acting Director William Callahan about the incident Friday.

The man had no weapons, but he was in possession of a document he wanted to deliver to the White House, CNN reported, citing law enforcement.

A Secret Service spokesperson did not offer any further details when reached for comment by the Washington Post.

Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz says, his staff has information that the man may have even tried to open a door.

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"The Committee has longstanding concerns regarding repeated security incidents at USSS-protected facilities", Mr Chaffetz wrote.

After an officer ultimately detained him, Tran - who appears to have a history of mental illness - said, "I am a friend of the president".

Bongino once guarded former USA presidents Barack Obama and George W Bush. Authorities found two cans of Mace on Tran, including one inside his jacket pocket, according to a criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court. A US magistrate this week released him to his family's home in Northern California on personal recognizance subject to court and electronic monitoring, mental evaluation and treatment if necessary.

The laptop contains various sensitive information including Trump Tower floor plans and evacuation protocol as well as information pertaining to Hillary Clinton's campaign email investigation, sources told CBS2... Either this was a very unlucky petty theft in which the perp just happened to stop near the home of a Secret Service agent and robbed her vehicle completely randomly or she was targeted deliberately.