It’s good to be a Secret Service agent.
Just ask ex-agent Dan Emmett, who writes in his book “Within Arm’s Reach” that attractive” women were so “intoxicated” by the “celebrity-like status” of the presidential security detail, the Examiner newspaper writes. 
He writes in his book that it was “paradise” for single agents and sometimes problematic for married ones — some of who gave in to temptation and lost their marriages, according to the Examiner.
“For the single agent it was paradise; for many married agents, it was a constant struggle between good and evil, which was sometimes won and other times lost,” Emmett wrote in the appendix of his book, the Examiner reported.
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