Three Secret Service agents on President Obama's detail are sent home after an apparent night of drinking in Amsterdam ahead of the President's arrival Monday.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports from Washington:
The Secret Service confirms the three agents were sent home for disciplinary reasons and that they're now on administrative leave pending an investigating. "The Washington Post" reports agents, all members of the Counter Assault Team responsible for defending the President in the event he or his motorcade comes under attack, went out Saturday night in the Dutch capital. But staff at their hotel later alerted the U.S. Embassy after finding one of the agents passed out in a hallway Sunday morning. According to regulations recently adopted by the Secret Service, agents on official trips are prohibited from drinking alcohol within ten hours of being on duty.
In Washington, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.