Transcript for New Concern over White House Security
But he's not ready to leave yet. And a surprising revelation, the secret service, tonight there's a new concern over a report in the "New York times." Some of the cars in the presidential motorcade driven by volunteers. Here's Jim Avila. Reporter: The president on the way to work out this morning in Hawaii. His presidential SUV buried in the middle of as many as 20 imposing secret service black cars and local police escorts. Also in the middle of the pack, rolls the lowly white house press corps van. Driven by, well, just about anybody. A volunteer picked by the white house, who is screened for a record. 24 year-old Natalie Tyson identified by the "New York times" today as the volunteer press driver in San Francisco this fall. She posted her picture next to the president's limo. I think the selection process for the drivers on the white house end is subpar. I think it's been for a long time. Reporter: But is it more than that? In an embarrassing year for the secret service when this man made it inside the white house front door, is it safe to have a novice driving among the professionals, and so close to the president? The concern is that the untrained driver could be in the way. Let's head to Pakistan with a development in the killing
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