At a Sunday press conference wrapping up his visit to Colombia, President Barack Obama said he would be angry if it turned out the allegations that 11 Secret Service agents brought prostitutes back to their hotel rooms were true.
“When we travel, we have to observe the highest standards. We’re not just representing ourselves. We’re here on behalf of our people,” he said.
The Secret Service put the agents on administrative leave Saturday as a congressman briefed on the situation gave details of the presidential security group’s night with “presumed prostitutes” ahead of Obama’s trip to the Summit of the Americas.
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