Many people surround President Trump, but not all have his best interests in mind. Those in the Washington “anti-Trump” movement include the Democrat majority, establishment Republicans and lots of Obama holdovers. There are people who could be called “intruders,” plotting against him while being so close to his administration.
While anti-Trump folks have not alluded to the president being assassinated, they are looking to take him out of power. It’s worth noting that Trump had a Secret Service member (whose job is to protect the president at all costs) say they wouldn’t take a bullet for him. She went on a far-left rant about how much she hates him. Secret Service Denver District Chief Kerry O’Grady made these horrifying statements and was eventually suspended over the comments.
It’s already hard for the president to trust those around him; he is a political outsider and doesn’t have any debt to special interests. The problem is he’s surrounded by those who owe special interests everything. Between the attacks from politicians and surprisingly hired help as well, who can Trump trust?
On top of internal, trust issues, there has been an actual intruder detained at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Recently, Jonathan T. Tran, a California man, somehow scaled the White House fence and made it to the south entrance of the executive residence before being captured. Tran had a backpack on his person.
“A man carrying a backpack was arrested Friday night after breaching security at the White House complex and was discovered by a Secret Service officer by the south entrance to the executive residence, officials said. The incident happened just before midnight while President Donald Trump was at the White House.”