Should President Obama trust the Secret Service to keep him safe?
This question arises again after a Washington Post report says supervisors mishandled a 2011 shooting incident at the White House.
Washington Post reporter Carol Leonnig told "New Day" Monday it took the Secret Service four days to discover there had been a shooting.
The Secret Service has responded to these claims, but another investigative reporter, Ronald Kessler, asserts the group needs a change in management.
And he says President Obama and his family are not safe at the White House.
Kessler emphasizes the danger saying "the agents I talked to say it’s a miracle that there has not been an assassination so far."
Watch the interview above and let us know what you think
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