Heated Election, Violent Protests Creating a Challenge for Secret Service Agents

American voters and pundits say they’ve never seen a presidential campaign quite like this.

With five months to go before the general election, violence is breaking out at an alarming rate at presidential campaign rallies.

Dr. Tyrone Powers and Dan Bongino are two Secret Service experts who say that when it comes to safety, this presidential race is already taxing those men and women protecting the candidates.

The right to free speech became a free-for-all before a Donald Trump rally in San Jose, California, on June 2. Police in full riot gear advanced on angry protestors and broke up street fights. Hats and flags were set on fire. One woman was pelted by eggs. Several arrests were made.