While President Trump fulfilled his Presidential obligations at the ‘Winter White House’ in Palm Beach, a wild-eyed fruitcake pulled up to The White House in D.C. and told authorities at an entry checkpoint that  “There’s a bomb in the trunk” of his vehicle.

The Secret Service officials swiftly made the arrest .. afterwards, extra security officials beefed up the protection of The White House perimeters just to be safe. A spokesman for Sec. Service said they increased their “posture of readiness” for any potential trouble after the false bomb threat. (I think Madonna sent this guy, possibly as a sick joke.)

Here’s the report on Saturday’s false bomb threat:

In Saturday’s episode, the intruder stopped his car at the White House checkpoint just after 11 p.m. and got out, declaring, “There’s a bomb in the trunk,” as he appeared to clasp something in his hand, according to a report issued by the Metropolitan Police Department.“This is a test,” the man said as a Secret Service officer detained him and took him to the ground, according to the report. The man was charged with making false bomb threats and the unauthorized use of a vehicle, which had been reported stolen, the report said. The police identified him as Sean Patrick Keoughan, 29, of Roanoke, Va.

This false bomb threat/intrusion occurred on Saturday evening, just mere days after a man roamed The White House grounds undetected for 17 minutes while the 45th POTUS, Donald J. Trump, was inside. Even though Trump was at Mar-a-Lago during this unintelligible bomb threat, his Secret Service detail did have a very minor issue with a friendly visitor who falsely claimed he snuck past Sec. Service to get into a blocked off room. Sec. Service debunked the attention-beggar’s story.

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