Secrete Service Agents Just Came With STUNNING Announcement About Trump – THIS EXPLAINS EVERYTHING!


Donald Trump is getting used to being President of the United States, but his protection service organizations and staffers are still struggling to keep him safe. It should come as no surprise, given all the violent liberal protest and the disturbing fact that they are willing to do anything just to ‘remove’ Trump from his presidential chair. According to Jonathan Wackrow, a 14-year employee of the Secret Service, protecting the President is definitely a “monumental task.”

“It’s a logistical nightmare,” Wackrow admitted, adding that agents are “at severe risk of burnout, and the very last thing you want is to have your agents burned out.”
Wackrow continued, “There was an anticipation of how stressful it was going to be on the agency, but the harsh reality is that the stress is just overwhelming.”
An additional problem for the Secret Service is the current situation in which the First lady lives in NYC with son Barron Trump, so it’s tough to keep both President Trump and his wife Melania safe at the same time, referring to the need for more agents.

Since the president and First Lady are constantly traveling, the Secret Service agents have to be at the POTUS’ disposal non-stop. This is not only for safety purposes, but also for organizing upcoming events and conduct actions in case of an emergency.

However, despite being very hard, demanding and stressful, this job is apparently very well paid as well.
To make sure President Trump is safe 24/7, the Secret Service agents get up to $500,000.

Also, the Secret Service can enjoy a whole floor in Trump Tower so they can act in a more organized and suitable manner.
In case you were wondering, leasing a floor at Trump Tower costs around $1.5 million per year.
Currently, Donald Trump resides at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida for the weekend, and of course, agents must go there with him, reports World Politicus.

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