White House intruder faces 10-yr jail term


White House intruder faces 10-yr jail term



Jonathan Tran, 26, the White House intruder who gained entry into the premises of the US seat of power after jumping a fence now faces a 10-year jail term.
The intruder was in the grounds for more than 16 minutes before he was discovered just steps from the main building and detained.

In a statement, the Secret Service said it was “extremely disappointed and angry” about the events of 10 March.
Mr Tran did not gain entry to the White House, where President Donald Trump was staying at the time.
However, Congressman Jason Chaffetz – whose House Oversight Committee oversees the Secret Service – claimed the intruder had managed to rattle a door-handle at the South Portico entrance.

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