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The president has confidence in the director of the Secret Service.
Director Sullivan acted quickly.
In response to this incident and is overseeing.
As we speak into the matter.
New details in the widening investigation into the Secret Service prostitution scandal and now.
Reports that the agents involved bragged about being on the president's detail may have had documents with him in a hotel -- that detailed.
His every move during his visit to Colombia joining me now.
Virginia congressman Randy -- a member of the house armed services committee congressman thanks for being with us.
At least one of these agents apparently had the president's schedule.
And maybe a whole lot war if one or more of these women was brought to that very room.
Is that a security breach so serious it could jeopardize.
The life for the president.
I think there's no question that it -- got to remember this Secret Service is the lead agency for designing.
And implementing the security planning for the leadership of the United States of America.
If you travel across the country -- travel across time and you can find a book that's -- security planning wanna wind.
First chapter first page first paragraph first sentence is don't let the prostitutes -- if we can't get that fundamental principle right.
How can we get the rest of the principals right we need for a national security you heard what Jay Carney the white house Press Secretary said the president has confidence in the director mark.
Do you do or should he be fired.
It tonight in baseball you get three strikes and you're out out on -- strikes you get in national security but the strikes -- mounting up.
They can't control their budgets they can't control who gets in the White House.
Now they can't even troll the fact that -- agents are -- and loads of prostitutes I think it's about time that we say they're out.
We've got to get some.
Some people in that to make sure the security jobs done.
So you're calling for him to be fire.
I think it's time that we moving put somebody in -- can get the job done because Greg perception really does matter.
Americans across the country waking up today they're concerned about whether they can afford to send their children to college.
Whether they don't have a job to mark all the -- and what they see on television is.
Our Secret Service is supposed to be focusing on defending them is putting their attention.
Prostitutes they're seen GSA to agents.
-- are our employees that are dancing around and plant costing swimming and -- hot tubs and taking the Fifth -- not -- taxpayer money guys it's time that we have some accountability.
And say what comes to national security we've got to get the congressman optics.
When he women allegedly were brought back to this hotel and according to that what the director told your colleague Peter King.
-- -- and help them.
-- up to -- rooms with eleven agents or some area of the hotel eleven -- eleven agents.
He does that suggest -- you that this is not just sort of isolated incident that happened once but rather this may reflect.
Pattern of conduct.
By the Secret Service.
Greg whether it's a consistent pattern of conduct or just want it only takes one failure national security.
And a gambling you come down that you can't get more fundamental across this street when you do with security planning -- the sake.
Don't let the prostitutes infiltrate your security team and that's exactly what happened here -- -- needs to be accountable for that and make sure it doesn't happen again.
What should happen to the eleven agents.
I think there is no.
Room for allowing these agents to continue want if we find out these allegations are true they should be gone yesterday.
Congressman Randy Forbes on the armed services committee thank you very much thank you --
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