Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy faced sharp criticism from lawmakers on Capitol Hill Tuesday about his handling of the allegations that two agents disrupted a bomb investigation on the night of March 4 after driving into a White House security barrier.
Chairman Jason Chaffetz hammered Clancy on why it took 27 minutes to secure the scene. Chaffetz asked, 'what if it was a real bomb?'
He then asked Clancy who he was going to hold accountable?
Clancy responded, 'we're going to wait.' That's when Chaffetz exclaimed, "that's the problem!"