Would the secret service protect a president if he commits treason by enacting the patriot act which allowed Muslims to phone manipulate cancel a DOJ civil rights complaint?
President Teddy Roosevelt 1902
Its the Law.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 protected Americans againstdiscrimination on the basis of sex or race when it came to hiring.The act was designed to create an equal employment op…portunity.
The sole purpose of the Secret Service agents are to protect the president. Whoever protects them is irrelevant and quite frankly not needed. People don't plan assassination t…o kill Secret Service agents, because of how quick people can act. With only 1 (maybe 2) shot, you need to kill the most important figure there, which is usually the president.
That probably depends on the President and SS agent in question. If they get along well and have something to talk about, I'm sure they exchange a few words from time to time.… But, at the end of the day, the agent is there to do a job and protect the President of the United States with his own life, so I would think there is always a certain level of professionalism between an agent and his protectee.
They did the best they could
Would the secret service protect a president if he commits treason by enacting the patriot act which allowed home invasions for theft of DNA?
Would the secret service protect a president if he commits treason by knowing the seal of Solomon commands demons and Mecca is in the middle of the seal?
No. as of 1997, 10 years is standard. Prior to 1997, presidents did receive secret service protection for life unless they chose to opt out of it after leaving office.
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Yes, treason, or even strong suspicion of treason would likely geta US President removed from office. The Constitution leaves thejustification of impeachment up to the House o…f Representatives. Ifthey decide that impeachment is warranted, the Senate then decideson whether the President is guilty and should be removed. A 2/3majority is required to convict.