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This is a Fox News alert the shake up has begun here in Washington.
Over the Secret Service scandal out of Columbia last week Fox News has just learned one agent has retired to others have resigned.
Director Mark Sullivan is not one of the three but there are questions about whether he will survive correspondent of -- way.
Has our updates -- not.
The first call has come from Capitol Hill for Secret Service director Mark Sullivan to step down as American investigators -- the streets of Cartagena did -- 21 or more prostitutes who rendezvous with members of the presidential security team.
Republican congressman Randy Forbes of Virginia says under director Sullivan's leadership the service ignored the first rule of security planning.
Don't let the prostitutes and if we can't get that fundamental principle right.
How can we get the rest of the principals right we need for our national security speaker Boehner today withheld judgment about the incident pending the outcome of an investigation why -- ready to get through the bottom of -- Again -- from all the press reports I've read.
If it certainly sounds like behavior that was inappropriate.
Idea and what's what's.
Let's deal with what the facts or there's been no change in the White House position stated yesterday the director Sullivan enjoys the confidence of the president's.
Asked today if it's difficult to cast government as a force for good under the weight of three burgeoning scandals.
Press Secretary Jay Carney said the president quote has been crystal clear since he was a candidate about the standards that he insists be met by those who work for the federal government.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney weighed in on the Secret Service scandal for the first time today.
But putting out the right thing to do -- your sister of most people -- I have violated the public trust the -- out there like five of their personal interest ahead of the interest of the nation.
The most vivid picture of how this scandal erupted come from a taxi driver Cartagena who told the New York Times.
A prostitute demanded 800 dollars from one of the Americans he refused to pay and shut her out of the rope she get a friend -- Begin banging on the door.
Which commenced the commotion.
Which culminated in what may be the secret service's most embarrassing moment.
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