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Secret Service Director Clancy Stepping Down

Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy announced his retirement Tuesday, two years after President Barack Obama appointed him to right the then-troubled agency.

"I am announcing I will retire from the Secret Service effective March 4,'' Clancy said in a message to staffers. "President Trump and his administration have been very supportive of this agency and of me personally which makes this a very difficult decision. My love for this Agency has only complicated the decision further, but for personal reasons it is time. I look forward to spending time with my family.''

Learn more about Clancy’s Secret Service career and difficult decision to step down in the video below.

 

Image: "Newark Press Conference" by U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Used under creative commons.

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Tags: Secret Service, Secret Service Agents, Donald Trump, video, political appointees

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