Washington, Apr 29 (ANI): New rules announced by the U.S. Secret Service on Friday are only re-inforcement of earlier guidelines, a former agent has claimed.
CBS News quoted Andrew O'Connell as saying that the new guidelines "really just put into print principles that have been around for a long time in the Secret Service".
"General principles have been in place," O'Connell added.
"The specifics that you see in the newly released guidelines are new. But the principles behind them are not new. And agents have been expected to follow those principles since the beginning of the Secret Service. And I think they have," he said.
O'Connell also said that he had no first hand information about the Colombian incident. (ANI)
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