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75 d ago
Secret Service will test surveillance drone during Trump's golf club visit
The Secret Service will reportedly test the drone during President Donald Trump's visit to his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey this month.
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75 d ago
The Secret Service wants to use a drone to protect Trump
The president plans to spend a couple weeks at his New Jersey golf course this August, and the Secret Service plans to monitor the place with a drone. 
The drone (singular) would be tethered, and would buzz 300-400 feet above the ground, conducting video surveillance, according to Reuters .
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This will be something of a test for the Secret Service, which is reportedly trying to improve its aerial surveillance. 
The agency said the drone could wind up inadvertently spying on people and properties around Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, but that any video or photos will be deleted in 30 days unless those images wind up part of a criminal investigation.  Read more...
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75 d ago
Secret Service to use drones at Trump's Bedminster club
President Trump is to enjoy what is being described as an 'extended stay' at the property in New Jersey after a chaotic couple of weeks at the White House after some high-profile exits.
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75 d ago
Secret Service to test small drone at Donald Trump's golf club
President Trump will be visiting the New Jersey club when the trial takes place.
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76 d ago
Secret Service will reportedly test drone for Trump security - CNET
The Secret Service is looking at whether unmanned aerial vehicles could be useful in protecting the president, Reuters reports.
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76 d ago
Secret Service to test drone to boost security at Trump property
(Reuters) - The U.S. Secret Service said on Wednesday it plans to deploy a small drone during President Donald Trump's visit to his golf club in New Jersey this month as the agency considers new ways to provide protection.
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56 d ago USA TodayExclusive: Secret Service depletes funds to pay agents because of Trump's frequent travel, large family
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Agents must protect Trump – who travels almost every weekend to properties in Florida, New Jersey and Virginia – and his on-the-move adult children.
         
 
 

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57 d ago Business Insider :: Trump and his family have already depleted the Secret Service's funds because of their frequent travel
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The Secret Service's funds to pay agents have been depleted in large part by President Donald Trump's and his family's frequent travel and by having more people under agency protection, USA Today reported Monday.
The Secret Service director, Randolph "Tex" Alles, told the publication that more than 1,000 Secret Service agents had hit the mandated caps for salary and overtime allowances. That money was supposed to last the entire year.
The agents must protect Trump everywhere he goes, which has included trips nearly every weekend of his presidency to one of his properties, such as his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and golf clubs in New Jersey and Virginia. The Secret Service has also had to protect his adult children on business trips and vacations across the country and overseas, in addition to securing the family's many residences along the East Coast.
Each of the president's seven trips to Mar-a-Lago has cost about $3 million, according to an estimate by the General Accounting Office for similar travel by President Barack Obama. The Secret Service has spent about $60,000 just on golf-cart rentals while at Mar-a-Lago and Trump's golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, according to the report.
The Trump administration has 42 people under Secret Service protection, up from 31 during Obama's tenure, USA Today reported.
"The president has a large family, and our responsibility is required in law,'' Alles told USA Today. "I can't change that. I have no flexibility.''
Alles is pushing lawmakers to raise the combined salary and overtime cap for agents by nearly $30,000 for at least the remainder of Trump's term. Without that approval, he said, he cannot pay agents for past work. But even if that were approved, Alles couldn't fully compensate roughly 130 agents, USA Today reported.
"I don't see this changing in the near term,'' Alles said.
Alles released a statement Monday morning in response to the USA Today story, saying his agency had "the funding it needs to meet all current mission requirements for the remainder of the fiscal year" and that the issue he outlined to the publication was "not one that can be attributed to the current administration's protection requirements."
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57 d ago USA Today :: Secret Service is going broke protecting Trump
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Secret Service Director Randolph "Tex" Alles tells USA TODAY more than 1,000 agents have already hit the salary and overtime allowance meant to last the entire year.
         
 
 

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57 d ago CNN :: Report: Trump travel drain Secret Service funds
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The Secret Service is running out of money to pay agents as a result of the frequent travel of President Trump and his family, USA Today reports.


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57 d ago Mashable :: The Secret Service spent $60,000 on golf carts alone protecting Trump
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President Donald Trump is bankrupting the Secret Service.
In an exclusive interview with USA Today , Secret Service Director Randolph "Tex" Alles said that more than 1,000 agents have already hit the federally mandated caps for salary and overtime allowances that were meant to last the entire year. That depletion of Secret Service funds is due to the high cost of protecting a family the size of Trump's and the number of trips they've taken, Alles told the publication.
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So the Secret Service is dropping a pretty penny protecting Trump, but the question remains: Where is that money actually going to? We highlighted some of the most eye-popping numbers the Secret Service has to deal with, below. Read more...
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