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By Chris Enloe - The Blaze

The Secret Service agent who said during last year’s presidential campaign season that she “wouldn’t take a bullet” for then-candidate Donald Trump has been removed from her post as special agent in charge of the agency’s Denver office.

According to the Washington Examiner, Kerry O’Grady, the agent in question, has been permanently removed from her senior position. She had been on administrative leave for the last two months while the Secret Service continues to conduct an investigation into her comments.

Sources within the Secret Service told the Examiner that just two weeks ago the agency posted a job listing for the Denver special agent in charge position on an internal job board.

The investigation into O’Grady centers around Facebook posts she made last October, about one month before Election Day in November. O’Grady said she would rather “face jail time” than take “a bullet” for Trump. She also endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton over Trump.

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