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Beleaguered Secret Service Expected to Get Retired Marine As New Leader

Retired Marine Gen. Randolph Alles, via CBP.

Retired Marine Gen. Randolph Alles, via CBP.

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The troubled Secret Service, which has been in the news for a number of embarrassing and alarming blunders, is about to get a new leader.

That leader is expected to be Retired Marine Gen. Randolph Alles, who currently serves as the U.S. Customs and Border deputy, Politico reports

William Callahan, the deputy director of the Secret Service, was serving as the interim director since March 4, when the former director Joseph Clancy retired.

Politico wrote:

The Secret Service has faced repeated breaches and controversies since President Donald Trump entered the White House earlier this year, with two agents reportedly fired over a fence jumping incident in early March.

Alles’ expected appointment comes after a search that purposefully looked outside of the Secret Service ranks — and process that hasn’t exactly been popular among former agents. The 6,500-person bureau has its own unique characteristics and culture, which are often best understood by someone who has served on a protective detail.


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