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Are at least getting a clearer picture of the immediate response.
And exactly who what the police were dealing.
Right away and yeah okay.
And -- need to get it.
They're going to make -- -- Values I have out are.
-- -- ever heard about earlier.
Boy that have forever permanent argument that's OK okay and then -- really badly -- anybody I had you.
-- -- -- -- -- -- The consulate did however I didn't want to always wanted to go -- use caution there are possible other devices that didn't have a new.
Can you imagine at the moment they they were quickly -- -- fearing that they might have another 9/11 on their hands in Boston did a budget -- joins us right now former.
-- -- service age of course his job to protect the president knighted states it.
Very credit situations like this course the president back in Boston today -- Memorial service you know I was thinking -- you examine in the middle of all of this and now everyone.
Really -- to kind of keep their cool we've had a 72 hours plus passing since all of this.
And at least in the immediate aftermath when it totaled.
Confusion but but it didn't escalate beyond what.
Some authorities here on that's -- to say reassuring but what do you -- take away from the immediate response.
Yeah well after 9/11 I remember being an agent and how Long Island office in New York the Secret Service agent and you know we called -- -- in your neighbor week everybody called in tips.
And it it takes up a lot of time but if you remember -- there were stories as well about attacks on the State Department hydrant and yeah I mean there was every any significant landmark there was some threat called in and it was really.
On its chaotic but that's natural in the fog of war and military is quite familiar with the phenomenon.
-- when investigators are going through what they're going now through now and then you know sorting through them piece by piece fragment.
By fragment pass the immediate hysteria.
They obviously go back enforcer a lot of information a lot of insight from the Secret Service.
Where to guys like you comment.
Well right now they're private primarily consuming a lot of intelligence to ensure you know we're not produces of intelligence we just consume them in the Secret Service to ensure that.
-- protect these remember not just the president deal.
The DHS secretary of vice president all their families are going to be safe as well also in addition they contribute to the investigations.
Put forth by the joint terrorist task force.
As most of the other federal agencies -- well.
You know the FBI is simply not big enough to run out every single investigative -- they get in on that line is just not possible so they take anyone with a -- and a -- You're going on your help -- out.
All right now when the president as -- other dignitaries.
Descend on Boston as they did today.
You know there's there's an -- made that can complicate things.
Or has enough time to -- calmed down enough.
And since there's a fear that this is not escalated beyond what happened.
On Monday that that it's okay that that it won't just be too disruptive did not appear to be overly disrupted -- -- -- Yet listen there's no question I don't wanna spin your wheels on this it is it does complicate things it always does it takes a lot of police officers motorcade rats airports.
Are very difficult to secure there's no question.
But I think in the larger national scheme viewed from 30000 feet.
I think it's very important that he show leadership I think it was the right move I think Boston needed I think the nation.
Needed I thought it was a good speech and you know there if there is some short term pains in traffic and security situations that could come up.
But I think it's well worth it and -- All right Tim thank you very much could see and didn't budget now thanks -- or.
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