New York Times best-selling author and Newsmax chief Washington correspondent Ronald Kessler goes where no reporter has ever gone before.
In his sensational new book — In the President's Secret Service: Behind The Scenes With Agents In The Line of Fire And The Presidents They Protect — he breaks the code of silence, the Secret Service's most guarded secrets about our presidents and their families.
For the first time Secret Service agents tell their stories as never before, in shocking detail.
Ron Kessler broke the story about the Secret Service prostitution story. His book blows the lid off the Secret Service and the presidency — including new details about the Obama White House.
As one former Secret Service agent told Kessler, if Americans knew the truth about their leaders, "They would scream."
You may just scream when you read In the President's Secret Service.
In this blockbuster book Kessler reveals:
How threats against President Obama's life have skyrocketed — up 400% since he took office.
Obama's secret meeting with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright: Was a secret deal cooked?
Obama's smoking problem: He wants to ban cigarettes but agents say he can't stop himself.
President Kennedy's secret sexual encounters with Marilyn Monroe at the Justice Department headquarters!
Why agents say Kennedy's life could have been saved in Dallas.
Jimmy Carter was the most hated by the Secret Service.
Carter's decision to keep the nuclear "football" away, endangering the nation.
Carter's rampage when he tried to kill a little dog the agents befriended.
Carter's hypocrisy: from booze at the White House to empty luggage he carried.
Lyndon Johnson's shocking "urination" moment in front of the whole press corps; his naked romps around the White House.
The shockingly accurate psychic who warned the Secret Service of an attempt on President Bush 41. Agents even changed his itinerary.
Nixon was considered the "strangest" president.
Gary Hart's presidential campaign: Secret Service witnessed wild parties with young models at Warren Beatty's Hollywood mansion.
Ronald Reagan's down-to-earth manner won over agents, but they feared Nancy Reagan.
Reagan's decision to carry a gun privately on his visit to the Soviet Union in 1988.
How a napkin with writing on it uncovered a plot to kill Reagan.
Carter was caught removing photographs of Nixon and Ford in a government residence, and replacing them with his own photos.
The 1996 plan to assassinate Bush 41.
George W. Bush: what the agents really thought.
Bush 43's daughter: bars and brawls.
And much, much more.
Ronald Kessler's In the President's Secret Service reveals our presidents and their families as not just icons but also human beings, up close and personal.
He also goes behind the scenes to reveal how the Secret Service is losing many of its best agents, how they remain poorly equipped and why their traditional focus on a "lone gunman" has made them ill-prepared for terrorist attacks and suicide bombers.
If you lived during the past several decades, you will find In the President's Secret Service shocking in its disclosures.