New Secret Service Director
From the WSJ Obama names Joseph Clancy to lead Secret Service.
President Obama named Joseph Clancy to lead the Secret Service, elevating the agency's interim chief to become its permanent director as the organization continues to grapple with the fallout from a series of high-profile security breaches and missteps.
While a panel of outside experts had recommended looking beyond the Secret Service's ranks for new leadership, the president chose a trusted insider in Mr. Clancy, who led the division that protects Mr. Obama during the first two years of the president's tenure.
Mr. Clancy has served as interim director since October, when then-director Julia Pierson resigned under pressure. Mr. Clancy is a 27-year veteran of the Secret Service.
Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss. I suppose he's better than Erik Prince, but that's little consolation.