(FOX News) — President Obama, in his first public remarks on the prostitution scandal involving members of the Secret Service, said Sunday that he will be “angry” if the reported allegations against the agents turn out to be true. He said Secret Service personnel, like the rest of any U.S. delegation abroad, must “observe the highest standards.”He must have not included Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in that remark.
“We’re here on behalf of our people and that means that we conduct ourselves with the utmost dignity and probity. And obviously what’s been reported doesn’t match up with those standards,” Obama said, on the closing day of his visit to Colombia.
CARTAGENA, Colombia — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton kicked back Saturday night, dancing and drinking beer at a local hotspot after a day of summit meetings in Cartagena.