‘Intoxicated’ man broke into national security adviser Jake Sullivan’s home

The Secret Service is investigating how an apparently intoxicated man was able to enter the home of White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan last month without alerting his round-the-clock security detail, according to TheWashington Post, citing three unnamed government officials.

The man entered Mr Sullivan’s Washington home around 3am in April.

The Biden official confronted the individual and told him to leave, then went outside to alert the Secret Service agents who protect him, according to the Post.

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