(American Spectator) -- Here is my World Exclusive for the week. The Secret Service adores its boss, President Donald Trump. Some government employees may be a bit wobbly in their loyalty to the President but not the Secret Service. Never Trumpers, remember the Secret Service’s steadfast loyalty, when next you contemplate a coup! For that matter, George Will, remember the Secret Service’s ardor for the President, when next you compose an indignant column!
My sources in the Service tell me that the agents find Donald Trump amusing, dutiful, never difficult to deal with, and patriotic. They also admire his professionalism, as well they should. After all, he put together a billion-dollar fortune before — late in life — becoming a pol. He has only run for one office, the presidency.
Those who question my sources might recall that my Secret Service connections are utterly reliable. They go back a long way. In fact, they go back to before 1876. That was the year when my great grandfather, P.D. Tyrrell, then head of the Secret Service in Chicago, cracked the plot to steal Abraham Lincoln’s body from its crypt in Springfield, Illinois, and pack the would-be body snatchers off to the calaboose. Of course, I was not alive at the time of the attempted pillaging, but throughout my lifetime those early Tyrrell roots in the Secret Service have assisted me in communicating with its members. Now I am told that its coeval agents could not be happier with their White House assignment.
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