Secret Service Chief Out, Other DHS Officials May Be Next

Posted April 09, 2019

News of Randolph Alles' departure comes a day after the administration's homeland security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned. Alles will remain in his role until then.

"Mr Alles will be leaving shortly and President Trump has selected James M Murray, a career member of the [secret service], to take over as director beginning in May".

Elizabeth Warren called for an investigation into the circumstances surrounding President Donald Trump's decision to fire the Secret Service Director Randolph "Tex" Alles in a series of tweets Monday. Sources told Fox News that Nielsen had been viewed as resistant to some of the immigration measures pushed by the president and his aides, specifically related to protected status for some refugees and policies at the border.

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The White House on April 8 confirmed that the United States Secret Service chief is stepping down after reports emerged saying he would be leaving. Alles reported to Nielsen.

It also followed less than a week after the White House unexpectedly withdrew the nomination of Ron Vitiello, acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, to lead the agency.

Alles reportedly was told to pack it in before the March 30 security breach at Mar-a-Lago, in which a Chinese woman with a flash drive containing malware and four cellphones bluffed her way into Trump's posh resort.

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Just five days ago, Trump said he "could not be happier with Secret Service" following the Mar-a-Lago incident.

"These two reports are deeply troubling, raising additional concerns about how the White House is handling Secret Service security matters at Mar-A-Lago and elsewhere".

A former senior Customs official and retired Marine Corps general, Alles was the 25th director of the agency that is a part of the Department of Homeland Security.

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"United States Citizenship and Immigration Services director Francis Cissna and Office of the General Counsel's John Mitnick are expected to be gone soon, and the White House is eyeing others to be removed".