The Secret Service has launched an investigation into how an intruder entered in White House national security advisor (NSA) Jake Sullivan’s home, United States media reported Tuesday 16th May 2023. The incident happened in the middle of the night in late April and Jake Sullivan was unharmed, Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said in a statement.
Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said the agency is “taking this matter seriously” and opened a “comprehensive mission assurance investigation to review all facets of what happened. Any deviation from our protective protocols is unacceptable and if found, personnel will be held accountable.”
However there were no signs of forced entry, the Post reported, and the intruder seemed to be intoxicated and confused about his whereabouts. The US government officials said there is no evidence that the man knew Jake Sullivan or wanted to hurt him. Under normal protocol, the intruder would have been detained by the Secret Service for questioning, and most likely arrested and charged with trespassing.
National security advisors used to get Secret Service protection only while traveling outside of Washington D.C., but after the FBI uncovered in 2021 an Iranian plot to assassinate John Bolton, a national security advisor under former President Donald Trump, the Secret Service added a heightened level of security for the position.
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