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CNN —The House voted on Wednesday to create a bipartisan task force to investigate the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump. A resolution to establish the task force was approved in an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote of 416 to 0. The House task force will be made up of seven Republicans and six Democrats and will have subpoena authority, House Speaker Mike Johnson and House Democratic leader Hakeem Jeffries announced this week. Congress has moved swiftly to investigate the security failures that led to the shooting on July 13. On Monday, Cheatle was grilled at length by the House Oversight Committee over security failures related to the assassination attempt.
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Even before Biden dropped out of the race, Rep. Chip Roy, the Texas Republican, filed a resolution in June after the president’s disastrous debate performance, calling on the 25th Amendment to be used against Biden. After Biden withdrew from the race, Missouri Sen. Eric Schmitt, a Republican, wrote letters to Harris and the Cabinet officials in the Biden administration, asking them to remove Biden from office. To forcibly wrest power from a sitting president, the vice president would have to be on board, according to the text of the amendment. Why do we have the 25th Amendment? That was before the 25th Amendment, so there was no constitutional rule.
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According to the FBI’s analysis of Thomas Matthew Crooks’ laptop, Crooks searched how far Lee Harvey Oswald was when he shot and killed President John F. Kennedy in 1963. The search was on July 6, the same day the Trump rally was announced. “That’s a search that’s obviously significant in terms of his state of mind,” the FBI director added. The drone was in the air for approximately 11 minutes, and investigators believe Crooks watched a live feed from the drone on his phone. The FBI is investigating the shooting as both an attempted assassination and as a potential act of domestic terrorism.
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CNN —US Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle has tendered her resignation amid scrutiny of security lapses related to the recent assassination attempt of former President Donald Trump, sources tell CNN. Biden said a new Secret Service director will appointed soon. “I think I am the best person to lead the Secret Service at this time,” Cheatle said Monday. “We have to rebuild the American people’s faith and trust in the Secret Service as an agency. Cheatle was appointed by Biden to lead the Secret Service in 2022.
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CNN —A local law enforcement commissioner revealed during a House Homeland Security hearing on Tuesday stunning new details about the security failures that led to the near assassination of Donald Trump, raising more questions for the embattled US Secret Service. Paris told lawmakers about the communications between the Secret Service and local law enforcement who initially spotted Thomas Matthew Crooks, the would-be assassin. “That is my understanding,” Paris said, adding that the officers went searching with other local officers in the area. State Police then received a call and a text from the ESU about Crooks’ activity that they immediately relayed to Secret Service. State Police “verbally turned right around and gave it to the Secret Service,” Paris said.
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On Today’s Episode:Harris Clinches Majority of Delegates as She Closes In on Nomination, by Shane Goldmacher and Reid J. EpsteinTrump’s New Rival May Bring Out His Harshest Instincts, by Maggie Haberman and Jonathan SwanSeeking Answers, Lawmakers From Both Parties Ask Secret Service Chief to Quit, by Luke Broadwater, David A. Fahrenthold, Hamed Aleaziz and Campbell RobertsonFrustrated Californians May Be Ready for a Tougher Approach to Crime, by Tim Arango
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The director of the US Secret Service stepped down after Republican and Democratic lawmakers called for her resignation at a chaotic hearing. These are the highlights. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Become an Insider and start reading now. Have an account?
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Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle resigned on Tuesday. Cheatle called the assassination attempt on Donald Trump the agency's worst failure in decades. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementSecret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle on Tuesday resigned after enduring days of criticism following an attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump. "In light of recent events, it is with a heavy heart that I have made the difficult decision to step down as your director."
Persons: Kimberly Cheatle, Cheatle, Donald Trump, Organizations: Service, Associated Press, Business
United States Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle testifies before the House Oversight and Accountability Committee during a hearing at the Rayburn House Office Building on July 22, 2024 in Washington, DC. Kent Nishimura | Getty ImagesU.S. Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle resigned Tuesday following widespread outrage over how her agency failed to prevent the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump at a Pennsylvania campaign rally earlier this month. Kimberly Cheatle, director of the U.S. Secret Service, testified. "The Secret Service has a no-fail mission yet it failed historically on Director Cheatle's watch," said Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., the committee's chairman. "At yesterday's Oversight Committee hearing, Director Cheatle instilled no confidence that she has the ability to ensure the Secret Service can meet its protective mission," Comer said.
Persons: Kimberly Cheatle, Kent Nishimura, Donald Trump, Cheatle, James Comer, Jim Jordan, Donald J, Trump, Tom Williams, Cheatle's, Comer, Thomas Crooks, Crooks, Kweisi Mfume, Thomas Matthew Crooks Organizations: Secret, Getty, NBC, Secret Service, CQ, Inc, Republican, Trump, United States Secret Locations: Rayburn, Washington , DC, Pennsylvania, Butler Township, Cheatle, Ky, Ohio
The government’s repeated failure to address what it knew quickly fed suspicions that the silence itself was evidence of a conspiracy. In the wake of the attempted assassination of Donald Trump, we are seeing that happen again. Neither the public nor Congress learned much more when Kimberly Cheatle, the director of the Secret Service at the time of the shooting, appeared before a congressional committee on Monday. Ms. Cheatle acknowledged that the shooting at the Trump rally ranked as the agency’s “most significant operational failure” in decades. But there was outrage from both Democrats and Republicans at her repeated refusal to answer specific questions about the security failures that contributed to it.
Persons: John F, Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr, Donald Trump, Kimberly Cheatle, Cheatle Organizations: Service, Department of Homeland Security, Trump, Republicans
The director of the Secret Service, Kimberly A. Cheatle, resigned on Tuesday, after security failures surrounding the attempted assassination of former President Donald J. Trump and calls for her to step down from prominent Republican lawmakers. According to an email sent to Secret Service agents on Tuesday, Ms. Cheatle said that one of the Secret Service’s foremost duties is to protect the nation’s leaders and that the agency “fell short of that mission” in failing to secure a campaign rally from a gunman on July 13. “I do not want my calls for resignation to be a distraction from the great work each and every one of you do towards our vital mission,” Ms. Cheatle said in the email, which was reviewed by The New York Times. She said she was deeply committed to the agency but added that, “in light of recent events, it is with a heavy heart that I have made the difficult decision to step down as your director.”
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Eleven of those Chinese swimmers are due to compete again in Paris, and many of their rivals are preparing to go against them with a sense of bitter resignation. Rob Koehler, director of international sports advocacy group Global Athlete, told CNN that they are already anticipating the worst. In a statement, WADA stood by its previous decision-making and said an independent prosecutor had confirmed that its conclusions were reasonable. He said athletes feel as though World Aquatics and the World Anti-Doping Agency have failed them and that nobody outside of the sport is paying attention. While none of those swimmers want to publicly comment on the situation ahead of the Games, Koehler believes that they will publicly protest if any one of the 11 Chinese athletes win a medal.
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Gunman Countersnipers Trump NHow the Trump Rally Gunman Had an Edge Over the Countersnipers The Times recreated, in 3-D, the lines of sight for the three countersniper teams and the would-be assassin. Roof view AGR warehouse Gunman positioned behind trees AGR warehouse Gunman positioned behind trees Close-up Gunman positioned behind trees Gunman positioned behind treesThe gunman was largely concealed by two trees and the slope of a warehouse building roof, which he used as his perch. Gunman may have been only partially visible to countersnipers Shaded area hidden by slope of roof View of countersnipers AGR warehouse Gunman may have been only partially visible to countersnipers View of countersnipers Shaded area hidden by slope of roof AGR warehouse Note: Diagram represents a conservative size of the gunman's prone body. Rally crowd Gunman out of view Rally crowd Gunman out of viewFrom this view inside the building, the gunman would have been out of the countersnipers’ lines of sight. Roof view Trump Trump Close-up Trump TrumpAs he crawled up toward the peak of the roof, its slight slope would have concealed him from the Secret Service countersnipers for a majority of the time.
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This aerial photo taken on July 15 shows the site of the Trump campaign rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. Here are several issues and problems identified by CNN that could or should have been addressed before the attack on former President Donald Trump. In addition, CNN Chief Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analyst John Miller provided his analysis of some of the issues and their importance. A source told CNN that about 19 minutes before the shooting, law enforcement was trying to locate the shooter, but they could not find him until he was on the roof. Building access not controlled: No one stopped the shooter from reaching the roof of the American Glass Research building.
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One unbelievable event follows another, culminating in Joe Biden’s decision to withdraw from the presidential race. And in the aftermath of that shock, there was no firm foundation to fall back on. Few things recently have been more of a strain to live through than the uncertainty surrounding Mr. Biden’s presidency and the nature of presidential power. The June 27 debate clarified that Mr. Biden’s age had gotten away from him, and from a lot of people — that the situation hadn’t been entirely understood or appreciated, in the accounts of unevenness and the bad moments that followed. It was a collective experience, either affirmation of people’s fears and worries, or a shock to the system.
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Embattled Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle told a House panel on Monday that "we failed" to maintain the agency's "solemn mission to protect our nation's leaders" during the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump on July 13. "We must learn what happened and I will move heaven and earth to ensure an incident like July 13th does not happen again," said Cheatle, who is testifying under subpoena before the House Oversight and Accountability Committee. She said, "The assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump on July 13th is the most significant operational failure at the Secret Service in decades and I am keeping him and his family in my thoughts." "I would like to offer my sincerest condolences to the family of Corey Comperatore, a former fire chief and a hero, who was killed in this senseless shooting," Cheatle said. "I would also like to acknowledge those who were injured in Butler, Pennsylvania, David Dutch and James Copenhaven, and I wish them a speedy recovery.
Persons: Kimberly Cheatle, Donald Trump, Cheatle, Thomas Crooks, Corey Comperatore, David Dutch, James Copenhaven Organizations: Secret, Service, Republican Locations: Butler Township , Pennsylvania, Butler , Pennsylvania
The former president praised the Secret Service agents who piled in when a gunman opened fire at an election rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. Simon Morgan, a security expert and former bodyguard to the British royal family, said the criticism of the Secret Service hasn't been entirely fair. Secret Service agents were unfairly judged, Morgan saidMorgan cautioned members of the public with "limited knowledge" to think twice before commenting. "The only people who can comment on what happened are those Secret Service agents," Morgan said. But according to a local law enforcement officer and the Butler County sheriff, law enforcement weren't aware that he also had a gun.
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CNN —US Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle faced off Monday with angry lawmakers from both parties, who grilled her over the stunning security failures that led to the recent assassination attempt against Donald Trump. Before Trump took the stage at the rally, the director said, the Secret Service had been notified “between two and five times” that there was a suspicious person in the area. Democratic Rep. Ro Khanna pointed out that the Secret Service director who ran the agency when Reagan was shot eventually resigned from his post. Before Trump took the stage on July 13, the Secret Service had been notified “between two and five times” that there was a suspicious person in the area, Cheatle said. Female agents who were part of Trump’s Secret Service detail were photographed shielding the former president after the failed assassination attempt.
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Ms. Cheatle joined the Secret Service in 1995 and spent more than two decades there before leaving in 2021 to lead the North American security operations for PepsiCo. Ms. Cheatle, 53, is the second woman to lead the Secret Service. By the time she had graduated from college four years later, Ms. Cheatle had applied for a job at the Secret Service, the newspaper said. At the Republican National Convention on Wednesday, two Republican senators chastised Ms. Cheatle in a confrontation that was captured on video. An internal Secret Service investigation of the shooting is underway, as are several inquiries in Congress.
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The Secret Service director, Kimberly A. Cheatle, faced bipartisan calls for her resignation on Monday, after a disastrous hourslong congressional hearing in which she declined to answer basic questions about the attempted assassination of former President Donald J. Trump. Nor would she tell members of the House Oversight Committee why Secret Service agents were not aware until the last seconds that people in the crowd had seen a gunman on that roof. At times, Ms. Cheatle seemed less informed than the lawmakers quizzing her. When Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican from Georgia, asked for a detailed timeline of events, Ms. Cheatle said she did not have one. By the hearing’s end, many of the committee’s Democrats — usually defensive of their party’s appointees — had also swung sharply against Ms. Cheatle.
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Assessing the Contentious Hearing on the Secret Service
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Kimberly A. Cheatle, the Secret Service director, faced grueling questions from lawmakers on Monday about the adequacy of her agency’s preparation and response to the assassination attempt on former President Donald J. Trump this month. Ms. Cheatle did not directly respond to many of the lawmakers’ questions. But during her testimony, she rebuffed queries related to the service’s efforts to recruit more women, the actions of a previous director who oversaw the agency during an assassination attempt and a comparison between staffing for Mr. Trump’s event and one held on the same day by the first lady, Jill Biden. While some information about the attempt and the law enforcement response remains unknown, here is the context behind some of the exchanges. What Was SaidRepresentative Glenn Grothman, Republican of Wisconsin: “Could you elaborate why you want one-third of the Secret Service to be women?”
Persons: Kimberly, Donald J, Trump, Cheatle, Jill Biden, Glenn Grothman, Organizations: Secret Service, Mr, Republican, Service Locations: Wisconsin
"The assassination attempt of former President Trump on July 13th is the most significant operational failure of the Secret Service in decades," Kimberly Cheatle said Monday morning. With an AR-15, he injured Trump's ear, killed attendee Corey Comperatore, and injured two others before a Secret Service countersniper killed him. Cheatle declined to answer substantive questions, citing an "ongoing investigation" from the FBI as well as the Secret Service. Neither the FBI nor the Secret Service have said whether they would make the investigation results public, as the agencies did in the aftermath of the Reagan shooting. AdvertisementThe Secret Service has been criticized for previously denying Trump additional protection at events.
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CNN —Former President Donald Trump’s security detail had complained they were not being given enough resources and personnel by the Secret Service over the past two years, and the agency acknowledged Saturday it denied some requests. A spokesperson for the Secret Service said in a statement Saturday that the agency has not provided certain resources in the past but has instead provided other security measures including from local partners. The Washington Post and The New York Times reported earlier Saturday that the Secret Service denied previous request from Trump’s security team over the past two years. In response to questions from CNN over whether the Secret Service had denied additional security requests, a spokesperson told CNN the agency makes “modifications” when certain resources are not provided to protectees. “In some instances where specific Secret Service specialized units or resources were not provided, the agency made modifications to ensure the security of the protectee,” Anthony Guglielmi, chief of communications for the Secret Service, wrote in a statement.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Trump, ” Anthony Guglielmi, ” Guglielmi, Kimberly Cheatle, Mike Johnson, Cheatle Organizations: CNN, Secret Service, Washington Post, The New York Times, Service, Secret, Trump Locations: Butler , Pennsylvania, Trump, , Pennsylvania
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