Mark Sullivan (L), Director of the United States Secret Service, looks toward Charles K. Edwards, Acting Inspector General of the US Department of Homeland Security, during a a hearing of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill May 23, 2012 in Washington, DC. Sullivan was called to testify about the prostitution scandal involving members of the Secret Service in Cartagena, Columbia prior to a visit by President Barack Obama.
Mark Sullivan (L), Director of the United States Secret Service, looks toward Charles K. Edwards, Acting Inspector General of the US Department of Homeland Security, during a a hearing of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill May 23, 2012 in Washington, DC. Sullivan was called to testify about the prostitution scandal involving members of the Secret Service in Cartagena, Columbia prior to a visit by President Barack Obama. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP/Getty Images
Mark Sullivan (L), Director of the United States Secret Service, looks toward Charles K. Edwards, Acting Inspector General of the US Department of Homeland Security, during a a hearing of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill May 23, 2012 in Washington, DC. Sullivan was called to testify about the prostitution scandal involving members of the Secret Service in Cartagena, Columbia prior to a visit by President Barack Obama. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP/Getty Images

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