Washington – More Secret Service resignations are expected Thursday or Friday in the wake of an alleged prostitution scandal in Colombia, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee told CNN.
Three Secret Service members already are leaving the agency, but the fallout continued Thursday with congressional demands for more details about what happened in Cartagena before last week’s Summit of the Americas.
Republican Rep. Peter King of New York said four investigators from the homeland security panel he heads are examining the incident and could travel to Colombia if necessary.
“It does appear that you will have more employees leaving either today or tomorrow.” King said, adding he didn’t know the exact number, “but I do expect more employees to be leaving the Secret Service, more agents to be leaving the Secret Service.”
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