Two Secret Service agents have been fired over a White House security breach.
washingtonexaminer.com reports: U.S. Secret Service has reportedly fired two agents over their handling of a security breach that occurred at the White House last month.
Both of the officers who were let go belonged to the Uniformed Division and had been with the agency for less than a year. They had been tasked with guarding the Treasury Building and an entrance to the White House complex.
On March 10, a man who entered the White House compound by hopping a fence near the Treasury Department made it all the way to a main door of the president’s residence before being apprehended by security guards.