Before dawn at the White House Friday, with President Trump inside the residence, a silent night suddenly roared toward daybreak. A Secret Service dog, alarmed by a would-be intruder, rushed the target, part of the first-ever live security drill on White House grounds. The goal is to find problem areas. In his first network news interview, Secret Service Director Randolph “Tex” Alles told CBS News that

agents need to simulate real-time scenarios. Trump views demonstration of Secret Service protective techniques “You fight like you train,” Alles said. “Then you need to train like you fight. We’re trying to provide realistic training that would be similar to what would happen if there’s an emergency on the White House grounds.”  READ MORE