More Safeguards Won’t Make the President Safer | Bloomberg View

If security really is the only imperative, then it should build a bunker in the proverbial “undisclosed location” out in the deep woods somewhere, drop the first family into it for eight years, and have him make all contact with the outside world via videoconference.

But if the president wants to live in the heart of downtown, and even go out into the world occasionally, then his security agents will have to accept that the people who voted for him are out there, too.

And that their lives are also important.

via More Safeguards Won't Make the President Safer – Bloomberg View.



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