Biden Distrusts Secret Service About Jan 6 and Dog Bite story: Book
- According to a new book, President Joe Biden does not trust his Secret Service team.
- The book describes how some agents responded to the Capitol riot. They don’t allow him to speak freely around them.
- Biden also inquired about details regarding an incident in the which Biden’s dog allegedly bit a representative.
Based on the reaction of some agents to Capitol riot and one agent being bitten in the face by his dog, President Joe Biden distrusts Secret Service.
Chris Whipple, author of “The Fight of His Life”: Inside Joe Biden’s White House, stated that Biden stopped speaking candidly about agents based upon how they reacted to events of January 6, 2021.
According to the book, he worried about whether there was too much support for former President Donald Trump in the agency. per portions quoted in an article by The Independent.
Whipple also mentioned the mysterious deletion from agents’ phones of text messages related to the riot as a reason for Biden’s suspicion.
The agency said there was no malicious intent behind the messages’ deletion.
Whipple also wrote that Biden was also influenced by the allegationWhipple claimed that members of Trump’s former detail had cheered for the riot.
He said that Biden’s trust in him fell further when he revealed details about Major, a dog that had bit an agent. Biden claimed that parts of the account were not true, as per the book.
The White House confirmed Major bit someone in March 2021, and the Secret Service confirmed it was an agent. Biden confirmed that it was an agent, but he did not deny it. According to the book, he “wasn’t buying details.”
This included disputing the apparent location of the White House on the second floor.
According to the book Biden went with a friend to the spot and said “Look! The Secret Service are!” NeverHere. It didn’t happen.
Whipple said that Biden’s attitude toward the service had changed since when he was Barack Obama’s vice-president, but that it is not because he has many more agents.
Whipple, an author, and filmmaker saidHis book was based upon “interviews” with Biden and Ron Klain (chief of staff)
Insider was informed by a spokesperson for the White House that they don’t plan on “engage in confirmations and denials when it come to the specifics of claims made in books concerning the administration.”
The spokesperson stated that “The author didn’t give us a chance verify the materials that were attributed here.”
Insider asked for comment but the Secret Service declined.
December 28, 2022 – This article has been updated with responses from the Secret Service and the White House.
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