Retired General Randolph Alles To Lead Secret Service

Retired General Randolph Alles To Lead Secret Service

Alles, who had been in the Navy for 35 years, served as the Assistant Commissioner for Border Services and also oversaw the Air Force and Navy divisions.

e White House has named Randolph Alles, a retired naval general, as director of the US secret services, which has been the scene of several scandals in recent years.

Alles, who had been in the Navy for 35 years, served as the Assistant Commissioner for Border Services and also oversaw the Air Force and Navy divisions.

The new director of the secret services will replace Joseph Clancy, who retired from the agency in March, leaving a body with unresolved issues of security and human resources.

Last month, a man jumped the White House fence and spent 15 minutes roaming the presidential compound.

The problems of the secret services agency came to light when a prostitution scandal broke out during a South American summit during the Obama administration.

Altos responsáveis do Governo recomendaram que o novo diretor deveria vir de fora da agência, opção que foi seguida com a escolha de Randolph Alles, e que segue a linha de preferências do presidente Donald Trump de nomear generais aposentados.

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