Secret Service Scandal

President Mitt Would ‘Clean House’

If Mitt Romney is elected president, he will “clearn house” and get rid of federal employees who put “their personal playtime” ahead of the nation’s interests—namely those Secret Service agents embroiled in the current Colombia prostitution scandal. “We are a nation, after all, under law and the president has confidence in the head of the Secret Service, as I do,” he said. “I believe that the right corrective action will be taken and obviously everyone is very, very disappointed by these stories, very uncharacteristic of the service.”