Remember those now famous photos of Secret Service agents holding umbrellas for former President Obama and his wife Michelle? Now look at this photo of agents standing around while Eric Trump’s pregnant wife, Lara Yunaska, struggles with her Louis Vuitton luggage. It’s no secret that the agents despise the Trumps.

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Donald Trump Jr. spent the day frolicking on the beach with 4 of his 5 children at his father’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida. Donald Jr, son of President Donald Trump, had a blast with his kids (from left), 8-year-old Donald Trump III, Spencer Trump, 4, two-year-old Chloe Trump and Kai Trump, 9. Don Jr. was on vacation with the children during Spring Break.

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Donald Trump grandson

2 Secret Service agents have been relieved of duty pending an investigation into their inappropriate behavior with one of President Donald Trump’s grandsons.

The agents were assigned to protect 8-year-old Donald “Donnie” Trump III, the son of Donald Trump, Jr. and his wife Vanessa.

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prosthetic arms

Members of the military and law enforcement communities noticed something odd on Donald Trump’s inauguration day in Washington, DC. At least 2 Secret Service agents wore prosthetic arms that never moved throughout the inauguration parade.

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Madonna

The U.S. Secret Service has opened an investigation into terroristic threats made by pop singer Madonna against President Donald Trump at a protest on Saturday.

Madonna reportedly told demonstrators at the Women’s March On Washington that she has “often” thought of “blowing up the White House”.

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Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton’s poor health is fueling rampant speculation across the country.

Clinton’s coughing fits, facial twitches and accidental falls have led to questions about the status of Clinton’s health. But the 69-year-old medical records are a closely guarded secret.

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mark zuckerberg

It cost American taxpayers $1.4 billion to protect President Barack Obama and his family in 2015. It will cost nearly that to protect Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the next decade.

Fortune.com reports Facebook paid $4.3 million to a security force to protect Zuckerberg in 2015. The social networking giant has already shelled out millions more in 2016.

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