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The Secret Service Arrests A Fence Climber Near The White House


Hats off to the Secret Service for keeping our President safe yet again.

The Secret Service has just announced that a fence climber has been arrested near the White House.

This isn’t the first time a fence climber has tried fences near the White House.

In 2017 a man climbed over the White House fence and walked around for over 15 minutes.

The Washington Examiner covered the shocking story:

An individual was arrested in Washington after climbing over fencing near the White House.

A spokeswoman with the Secret Service said in a statement to the Washington Examiner that the incident occurred shortly before 10 a.m. on Tuesday when an individual “climbed over fencing near the north court of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building.” The Eisenhower Executive Office Building is located directly to the west of the White House and holds most of the White House staff.

The spokeswoman said the individual, who has not been publicly identified, was “immediately apprehended” by Secret Service Uniformed Division officers, placed under arrest, and transported to the district’s Metropolitan Police Department for processing.

“No Secret Service protectees were in the area at the time, and White House operations remained unaffected,” she added.

The Washington Post covered the story too:

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Someone climbed a fence at the White House complex Tuesday morning and was arrested, the Secret Service said.

The climber went over fencing near the north court of the Eisenhower Executive Office B Building about 10 a.m. and was immediately taken into custody by officers in the Secret Service uniformed division, the agency said.

The Eisenhower building, at 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW, is immediately west of the White House, and contains offices of members of the executive branch.

The climber was not identified, but was taken to a D.C. police station for processing, the secret service said.

During Trump’s presidency, the Secret Service has thwarted multiple assignations attempts on the President.

Let’s continue to pray for our President’s protection, it seems to be working!


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