All the Presidents' Secrets:
For the First Time, Secret Service Agents Tell What They Really Know
LBJ frolicked with pretty secretaries on Air Force One — while his wife was onboard . . . Secret Service agents sneaked President Obama to a meeting with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright . . . Jackie Kennedy nearly caught JFK with women in the White House pool.
Those are just a few of the disclosures in Newsmax magazine's blockbuster report, "All the Presidents' Secrets."
New York Times best-selling author Ronald Kessler is the first journalist to penetrate the wall of secrecy that surrounds the U.S. Secret Service.
Kessler interviewed more than 100 current and former agents and reveals startling stories about presidents from Kennedy to Obama in his 18th book, In the President's Secret Service: Behind the Scenes with Agents in the Line of Fire and the Presidents They Protect.
As one former Secret Service agent told Kessler, if Americans knew the truth about their leaders, "they would scream."
Newsmax magazine's exclusive excerpt from the book offers a never-before-seen look at the men and women who are pledged to protect the president at all costs — and the difficult challenges they face.
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Included in this special Newsmax report:
- The "least likeable" of the modern presidents — and the strangest
- The commander in chief who was "often inebriated"
- All the presidents' mistresses
- Inside the Secret Service's Washington headquarters
- Fiddle, Faddle, and Pamela Turnure — JFK's White House consorts
- The telltale signs of danger that agents look for in a crowd
- The president known as an incurable tightwad
- Jimmy Carter's "carry his own luggage" ruse
- Which first lady was "the brains of the outfit"
- The secret techniques the Service uses to shield protectees
- How Vice President Biden sabotages his own security
- "The Beast" — the Secret Service's "first limo"
- Why the White House is a "magnet for the psychotic"
- Are agents really supposed to take a bullet for the president?
- Despite denials, Obama is smoking in the White House
- Which presidents had these code names: Passkey, Rawhide, Timberwolf, Eagle
- George Bush Sr. — the victim of agents' pranks
- Who gets protection — they're not all Americans
- How lapses in magnetometer screening endanger protectees
- George W. Bush's brush with a would-be assassin
- Why the Service has been forced to cut corners
- Homeland Security chief Chertoff's shocking security breach — at his own home
- Ronald Reagan's humorous quip about Gary Hart
- Agents' concern: The Service is on "the brink of disaster"
- And more
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