US Secret Service Agent Tackled Chinese Official Over Nuclear 'Football' - Media

February 19, 2018

According to Axios citing its sources, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and a US Secret Service agent scuffled with Chinese security officials over the country's nuclear "football," the black leather briefcase containing the nuclear launch codes for the POTUS, during a visit to China last November as part of his Asian tour.


"Kelly was quickly informed about the problem and reportedly "rushed over," telling US officials, "We've moving in," after which the White House Chief of Staff was "grabbed" by a Chinese security official. In turn, John Kelly pushed away the official's hand, Axios reported. Following the incident, a US Secret Service agent allegedly tacked the Chinese official to the ground."

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