Dating a secret service agent
CLINT HILL will forever be remembered as the courageous Secret Service Agent who leapt onto the back of the presidential limousine in the midst of the assassination of President John F. His primary responsibility was the protection of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, and for his actions that day, Hill received the nation’s highest civilian award for bravery.
Now, looking back 50 years, Clint Hill tells his story for the first time—how a Secret Service agent who started life in a North Dakota orphanage became the most trusted man in the life of the most captivating First Lady of our time.
In both cases, expect lots of double entendres, possibly some Spy Speak and a lot of chemistry.
There are bonus points if conflicting loyalties are discussed or shown.Besides secret agents and spies, this trope also covers police agents and detectives.The former tend to have the most chances to date, since they don't need to be as secret or as deceitful as spies or detectives."The secret service, actually, because they wouldn't let me in the car with her," Mrs Obama said in an excerpt of the interview that was released by Ms Ray's programme. She added that driving gives Malia "a sense of normalcy," helping her feel like the rest of her friends who are also driving."And my kids have got to learn how to live in the world like normal kids." Malia also drives herself around Washington, Mrs Obama said.
During subsequent questioning by a pair of Secret Service agents, Britton said that he did not recall threatening to kill Obama and Romney, claiming that he has been "blacking out" for up to three days.