Secret Service Chief 'Frustrated' by Latest Incident, Concedes It's His 'First Test'

Secret Service Chief 'Frustrated' by Latest Incident, Concedes It's His 'First Test'The new head of the Secret Service conceded today that the latest allegations of misconduct within his agency are his “first test” as he tries to chart a new course for the service. In addition, speaking before a House panel, director Joseph Clancy expressed concern that he learned about the allegations five days after initial reports that two senior-level Secret Service agents were “inebriated” and crashed into the White House grounds. “I should have been informed … and there will be accountability,” Clancy said after intense questioning from members of the House Appropriations Committee.

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