White House: Intruder arrested on drift while Trump during residence

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The antagonist scaled a blockade around midnight, a Secret Service said

A male carrying a trek was arrested after breaching a White House outdoor fringe blockade on Friday night, a US Secret Service has said.

President Donald Trump was in a building during a time.

The antagonist was arrested on a south drift but occurrence and no dangerous materials were found in a backpack, a Secret Service said.

Mr Trump and Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly were briefed on a incident.

Court papers identified a think as California proprietor Jonathan Tran, 26.

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The think was indentified as Jonathan Tran, 26, graphic in this justice sketch

Speaking to reporters about a incident, Mr Trump praised a Secret Service for doing a “fantastic job” and called a antagonist a “troubled person”.

The Secret Service pronounced agents searched a drift and found “nothing of regard to confidence operations”.

Intruders have damaged into a drift of a White House before by scaling a fringe fence. They are customarily handed over to internal police.

In 2014, 42-year-old Omar Gonzales done it by a north portico doors into a building, armed with a three-and-a-half-inch (9cm) folding knife.

He was arrested only after creation it inside a doors, a Secret Service pronounced during a time.