The United States Secret Service has raised its bubble of security around Joe Biden, as the Washington Post reports Friday that he could be the next president.
In the campaign headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware, the Secret Service sent an additional group of agents as hopes grew that the Democratic nominee would claim victory over President Donald Trump on Friday, the Post reported.
The Secret Service, a national intelligence organization, is responsible for or defends the White House and senior members of the administration, visiting top officials and others.
Any of Biden’s agents were already mobilized in early July after the victory in the presidential primaries of the Democratic Party.
Biden may have demanded protection from the Secret Service when he became a former Vice President, but he did not.
If Biden is elected president, the security of secret services will grow to a higher degree.