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What did Donald Trump’s bodyguard hide?

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The Inauguration Day which saw Donald Trump to take over Barack Obama at the White House has instigated polemics regarding the real number of viewers attending the event in Washington, but a news that the mainstream media have avoided to give is about a mysterious detail noticed by many law enforcement experts.

That mysterious agent always close to Trump

One of the Secret Service’s agent assigned to Donald Trump and family’s personal detail, curiously resembling the main character of Hitman Agent 47 (action thriller film based on the lucky Hitman video game series), but even the alien “Observers” of the science fiction television series, Fringe, seemed to have a really “strange” arm. In all the photos in which the agent appears, while he is accompanying with other colleagues the new Presiedential’s family along the Pennsylvania Avenue from Capitol Hill to the White House, his right arm and hand stayed in the exact same position for hours.

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Under the fake arm a counter-terrorism gun

This lead more than a law enforcement expert to think that the agent could wear a fake arm, to hide a fully automatic rifle in the ready position under the black coat worn by the agent. Given the narrow space this weapon could have been a FN-P90, produced in Belgium since 1990 and currently in service with law enforcement agencies in over 40 nations including the US Secret Service.

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What if it had been a secret weapon?

Despite or maybe because of the more time confirmed Trump’s promise to make America great again and to know how to defeat terrorism, someone in Washington must have take very seriously the risk of a possible terrorist attack during the Inauguration Day. Or maybe what hid the agent was a weapon whose technology is still unknown to the rest of the world and could not have shown in public? The agent’s curious resemblance could lead some to suspect the second is the correct answer.

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