The head of the Department of Homeland Security is urging the public to ???not rush to judgment??? over the White House intrusion that took place Friday. In a statement issued Monday, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he encourages ???all of us to ??? not second-guess the judgment of security officers who had only seconds to act,??? insisting the public should wait ???until all the facts are in.???
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