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According to Business Insider, "When members of the US presidential administration travel, their trips require more than booking flights and a hotel. Multiple security departments send scores of agents to protect the traveling official, and the Secret Service often visits cities months ahead of time to nail down logistics." This protection and planning is called an 'imperial bubble.' because top government officials pass layers of security, aides, and the press for trips they take.

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  • Uploaded    05/19/2019
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