President Joe Biden refuses to speak freely in the presence of U.S. Secret Service agents tasked with protecting him because they are white Southerners, according to an explosive new book.
In the new book titled, “The Fight of His Life: Inside Joe Biden’s White House,” author Chris Whipple wrote that the Secret Service “is full of white ex-cops from the South who tend to be deeply conservative.”
“Wary of his own Secret Service agents, the president no longer spoke freely in their presence,” according to Whipple.
In some excerpts, Whipple claims Biden views the Secret Service with suspicion, fearing agents are loyal to his predecessor, former President Donald Trump.
The Hill’s Alex Gangitano reported: “President Biden doesn’t trust some of the Secret Service agents around him and doesn’t believe certain details of the biting incident with his dog Major, according to a new book about the administration. Chris Whipple’s ‘The Fight of His Life: Inside Joe Biden’s White House’ says Biden has trust issues with some agents, due in part to the fact that some agents are strong supporters of former President Trump.”
Whipple wrote, “A bigger problem was Biden’s discomfort with his Secret Service detail; some of them were MAGA sympathizers. He didn’t trust them.”
Whipple also claims Biden at one point asked, “Do these people really want me here?”
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