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Cartagena prostitution scandal is no laughing matter to Secret Service alumni

Have you heard the joke about the Secret Service? The one in which President Obama told a ballroom full of reporters at last weekend’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner that he had to leave early to get his security detail “home in time for their new curfew.” Read full article >>
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