UPDATE=> REPORT DENIED: Secret Service Managers Fired, Escorted from White House Grounds

UPDATE: The Secret Service has branded the report by reporter Steve Clemons that at least two managers were forced to resign overnight as “absolutely false”, the Washington Examiner reported. Friday morning.

Clemons corrected and clarified his reports to now state that officials with White House cyber security were forced out. His new tweets have been added at the end of this article.

“The report regarding the Secret Service personnel is absolutely false,” an agency spokeswoman said Friday.

She referred all further questions to the White House press office, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Original TGP report based on Clemons reports:

At least two manager level Secret Service officials were fired and escorted from the White House complex, according to a report by reporter Steve Clemons.

The Secret Service was accused of slow-walking an investigation of an agent based in Denver who publicly stated she would not ‘take a bullet’ for President Donald Trump.

Screen image of Secret Service agents protecting then candidate Donald Trump at Ohio rally, March 12, 2016.

“Reports coming in that some Secret Service mgr level personnel forced 2 resign 2nite & escorted out of EEOB. Two out but source says more…Repeat. Two (& perhaps more) @SecretService Mgr level staff abtuptly forced to resign tonight & escorted out of EEOB #trump #whitehouse”



EEOB stands for the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, the large building just west of the White House.


Not clear 2 @SecretService staff why they were abruptly forced 2 resign 2nite. individually terminated, escorted out #secretservice 1/3

The dismissed @SecretService staff now learning others also let go as they connect after the dismissals. Not sure total number fired 2/3

One of fired @SecretService Mgrs speculates #Trump is restructuring the service but this is speculation #secretservice 3/3″

More to come.

It’s now 1:45amET Friday in DC & this @SecretService story unfolding now. Ive posted all I know. I am heading to DC imminently from Tokyo

@justintheserver @severud @SecretService no one has written anything yet. My source are those forced to resign.

@ChrisJeter @SecretService will be important to hear whole story. I’ve called Secret Service and White House. No response as of yet.”

Will post more as reported.

To media colleagues I have posted what I know on @SecretService firings. I called @WhiteHouse & @SecretService but no response yet 1/2

But Im getting on flight now frm Tokyo2DC. Land 3:20pm. Plz feel free to call @SecretService Comms directly & plz send me what u learn 2/2″

Will post more as reported.

I finally have wifi again. On plane. 1st, the people forced to resign were different parts of WH security, shared space with @SecretService

Nicole Mainor of @SecretService said “later today there’s likely to be a statement issued by another government agency”

I have confirmed that the Chief of Information Security at White House forced to resign. Was error in tagging him as Secret Service. 1/2

Others – not sure how many – attached to White House security/cyber security/info security – resigned last night & escorted out of EEOB

It is the CISO function, at minimum, in WH that saw forced resignations last night. These folks work w/@SecretService but not of Secret Svc”

“The White House Chief Information Security Officer, responsible in part for cyber security, explained here”

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