Secret Service calls BS on guy who claims he ‘breached security’ to take selfie from Trump study

One less thing to worry about.

The Secret Service is calling BS on a man’s claim that he gave agents the slip over the weekend and entered President Donald Trump’s private study at Mar-a-Lago to take a selfie… while Trump was at the resort.

Joseph Young posted the photo on social media briefly before deleting it, and include the caption: “Snuck by secret service to catch this selfie. They might have told us not to go in there.”

“Those reports are all false,” Secret Service spokeswoman Catherine Milhoan told The New York Post. “No one got past the Secret Service.”

TMZ also reported that a Secret Service source said the man did not breach security and that guests and members were allowed in the study where the selfie was taken.

“The Secret Service just said all guests had been fully screened and could freely enter that area,” the entertainment news source reported.

Now back to the important task of protecting the president of the United States!


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