The Guardian reports:
Two Trump family members got “inappropriately – and perhaps dangerously – close” to agents protecting them while Donald Trump was president, according to a new book on the US Secret Service. Zero Fail: The Rise and Fall of the Secret Service, by the Washington Post reporter Carol Leonnig, is published next week.
In her new book, she writes that Secret Service agents reported that Vanessa Trump, the wife of the president’s oldest son, Donald Trump Jr, “started dating one of the agents who had been assigned to her family”.
Vanessa Trump filed for an uncontested divorce in March 2018. Leonnig reports that the agent concerned did not face disciplinary action as neither he nor the agency were official guardians of Vanessa Trump at that point.
Read the full article. The book also alleges that Tiffany Trump broke up with her boyfriend and began spending an “unusual amount of time” alone with her own Secret Service agent. As for Trump himself, he reportedly ordered the removal of agents he considered to be too fat or too short.
Scoop: Trump family members got ‘inappropriately close’ to Secret Service agents, new book claims https://t.co/SQN6b9a0TX
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