New Book Says Biden Distrustful of the Secret Service

Talk about living rent-free in someone’s head, am I right?

Joe Biden has long been a bit obsessed with Donald Trump.  The current President has been an unrelenting critic of the former President, so much so that this disdain appears to be emerging as a central theme of his likely 2024 reelection campaign.

Now, a new book seems to suggest that Biden is actually so worried about Donald Trump that he’s beginning to distrust his own Secret Service staff.

President Joe Biden reportedly does not trust the Secret Service to protect him, even though the agency has appeared to slow-walk disclosing documents related to Hunter Biden’s alleged gun violations.

According to Chris Whipple’s new book, “The Fight of His Life: Inside Joe Biden’s White House,” Biden does not trust the Secret Service because some of them allegedly do not support him politically.

The claims were rather wild.

“A bigger problem was Biden’s discomfort with his Secret Service detail; some of them were MAGA sympathizers. He didn’t trust them,” Whipple wrote. “The Secret Service is full of white ex-cops from the South who tend to be deeply conservative.”

Whipple makes Biden appear paranoid since he assumed the Oval Office. “Surrounded by a new phalanx of strangers, Biden couldn’t help but wonder, Do these people really want me here?” Whipple said.

The paranoia was so embedded in Biden’s mind that the President appears to have had skepticism regarding the incidents involving his dog Major, whose attacks on a number of agents forced the pup to be relocated back to Delaware.