Secret Service Investigating Two White House Security Breaches

Secret Service Investigating Two White House Security Breaches

The Secret Service is investigating two separate instances that have occurred in the last 24 hours

The Secret Service is investigating two separate security breaches today at the White House, according to a report.

Someone stepped over a bike rack positioned outside the White House fence Sunday night, while someone else tried to walk through a gate as someone was leaving Monday morning. Both people have been arrested, and an all-clear was given at the White House.

President Barack Obama appointed Joseph Clancy as director last month after security breaches forced the resignation of Julia Pierson.

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