A Canadian man was arrested on Wednesday for trespassing at the White House.
The man reportedly said he wanted to give President Donald Trump some Crown Royal whiskey.
Just after midnight on Wednesday, Yianny Georgopoulos allegedly moved a barricade to get to the White House.
He received several warnings from Secret Service that he was in a restricted area.
Eventually, Georgopoulos was arrested and questioned.
He told authorities he just wanted to drop off a couple of bottles of booze for the president, a strange gift given that it is widely known that President Trump has never touched a drop of alcohol in his life.
Georgopoulos allegedly also wanted Trump to help him find a wife.
But while these requests may be somewhat comical, the trespasser isn’t as innocent as he seems.
According to reports, Georgopoulos was recently arrested for both stalking and threatening family members.
This makes it clear how dangerous life is for both Trump and Secret Service agents protecting him.
In recent years, we have seen dozens of attempts by individuals trying to get to a sitting president at the White House.
Thankfully, our presidents are surrounded by professionals who take their job seriously and ultimately end these threats before they ever get close to the man in the Oval Office.