Intruder Breaches Security Detail at National Security Adviser’s Home
The Secret Service is investigating how an intruder was able to enter the home of President Biden’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, last month, despite a full security detail being posted outside. The incident occurred on April 29th, when a man, who appeared to be intoxicated, entered Mr. Sullivan’s home at 3 a.m. Mr. Sullivan noticed the intruder and told him to leave, which he did. The national security adviser was unharmed during the breach, and the identity of the intruder remains unknown.
The Secret Service has stated that it is investigating whether the intrusion was accidental or if the intruder had criminal intent. The agency’s spokesman, Anthony Guglielmi, said that any deviation from their protective protocols is unacceptable, and personnel will be held accountable if discovered. Modifications to the protective posture have also been made to ensure additional security layers are in place as they conduct a comprehensive review.
This incident is not the first time the Secret Service has faced criticism for its protective security details. In 2014, an intruder entered the White House, and a review found that the man charged in the breach was able to climb the fence and get into the mansion because of a series of failures by the Secret Service. The agency is tasked with protecting the president, senior administration officials, and former presidents.
Keywords: Secret Service, national security adviser, security breach, protective protocols, criminal intent, comprehensive review.
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