Secret Service apologizes for disrupting vigil for young cancer patients
The Secret Service apparently ordered hundreds of parents and their cancer-stricken children out of a Washington, D.C., park this weekend. The agency apologized for disrupting the group’s plan for a candlelight vigil. NBC senior White House correspondent Chris Jansing reports.
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