Secret Service under investigation again, this time for selfies

An investigation is currently underway revolving around two secret service agents who, according to a source, have reportedly taken selfies with Donald Trump’s sleeping grandson last weekend.

The two agents were driving Trump III from the Trump family estate in Westchester County to Manhattan. While Trump III was sleeping, the agents began to take selfies and when he woke up, “freaked out,” according to a source.

Trump’s grandson told his mother, Vanessa Trump, what had happened and she immediately relayed the situation to Donald Trump Jr.

The Secret Service Office of Professional Responsibility asked that the agents report to the office in Washington D.C.  

“…Our Office of Professional Responsibility will always thoroughly review a matter to determine the facts and to ensure proper, long-standing protocols and procedures are followed,” said a spokesman for the Secret Service in a statement.

A source said that the agents are under investigation, but not for criminal behavior. Instead, the investigation is leading towards the two agents leaving their post when they were supposed to be protecting the president’s grandson.

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