Guarding trump special agents were evicted from Trump Tower in the trailer

Guarding trump special agents were evicted from Trump Tower in the trailer

Agents of the U.S. Secret service guarding the President of Donald trump, had to vacate the premises in the skyscraper Trump Tower in new York. The reason for their eviction was disagreement over the terms of the lease, according to The Washington Post, citing two people familiar with the situation.

The representative of the Secret service Amanda Miller in response to the request of the WP reported that the agents in the trailer will be “more economically and logistically justified” than renting another office.

Command post Secret service was located on the floor below the presidential suites. The building was used, in particular, in reserve agents. However, in July they had to move to parked in front of the specially equipped trailer. The reason for this was the lack of understanding between the US administration and the owner of the building company Trump Organization at the rental rate, interlocutors of the newspaper.

After the inauguration in January of this year, trump didn’t stay in his new York skyscraper. His wife Melania and son Barron lived there for several months before moving to Washington in early June, the publication.

Agents of the U.S. Secret service provide security for trump since the last presidential primaries that the Republican party started in February of 2016. According to information on the website, special services staff, in particular, are engaged in the protection of the President and Vice President, their families, former heads of the White house, the main candidates for the posts of President and Vice-President of the United States, and visiting foreign heads of state and their spouses.