Nov. 14 - Two secret service supervisors have been removed from the President's detail for alleged inappropriate behavior. Linda So reports.
Two Secret Service supervisors on the President's detail are under fire for alleged misconduct. They're being investigated for an incident that happened in May at the upscale Hay-Adams Hotel in Washington, D.C. The Washington Post reports a senior supervisor allegedly tried to re-enter a woman's room after leaving behind a bullet from his service weapon. A subsequent investigation revealed that agent and another supervisor sent sexually suggestive emails to a female subordinate. Just last year, the agency was mired in scandal after agents brought prostitutes back to their hotel in Colombia. The agents were on assignment getting ready for a presidential visit.