By Allan Lengel
The presence of U.S. Secret Service agents, particularly outside of Washington, often creates a buzz and plenty speculation.
Over the weekend, the Boston Globe reports, agents were spotted in Nantucket outside the American Seasons restaurant, which promotes itself as offering “some of the island’s most creative food, along with a one-of-a-kind boutique wine list”.
The reason? White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel was dining there.
A great place to vacation. And not a bad place for Secret Service agents to be working, if you have to be working.
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