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The Secret Service feared Trump was attacked with a milkshake.

The Secret Service was concerned about an imminent new threat ahead of President Donald Trump's spring 2019 trip to England. Besides the usual concerns about a foreign head of state's visit that has been somewhat hostile to him throughout his presidency, Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has just been embarrassingly hit by a milkshake.    The Secret Service was now concerned that someone was preparing to pelt the president. She wanted to keep the threat away.




The Secret Service was concerned about an imminent new threat ahead of President Donald Trump's spring 2019 trip to England. Besides the usual concerns about a foreign head of state's visit that has been somewhat hostile to him throughout his presidency, Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has just been embarrassingly hit by a milkshake.


The Secret Service was now concerned that someone was preparing to pelt the president. She wanted to keep the threat away.


To that end, the Secret Service was searching Facebook protest groups and reading tweets, as well as observing milkshake chats online.


Records obtained by the Daily Dot through a Freedom of Information Act request to the Secret Service show that the agency was concerned enough to report tweets about Milkshake Trump.


People were already planning protests over Trump's visit to England when Farage was sprayed with milkshakes in Newcastle on May 20


  • becoming the latest European leader to be exposed to drinks containing ice cream.
  • The act sparked a heated debate, with many politicians believing they deserved humiliation and spectacle. Others think it was rude and violent in nature.
  • However, after Milk Check Farage, the Secret Service shared an article on the subject.


One person replied


  1. "Thanks, we have to watch SplashThe [Fash]" 
  2. using the hashtag that called on right-wing politicians to smash milk.
  3. "I am sure he will receive a great deal of attention.
  4. I will pass it to the person who monitors the flights. "


In response, Secret Service agents joked that they would not waste milkshakes.


Around the same time, another series also raised the problem.


In the line of the e-mail theme, "Situational awareness - Milkshalkis thrown at politicians in London".


  • She identified shaky milk and mentioned the Farage incident
  • This email was sent by a preventive research specialist in the open source Secret Service unit.
  • A certain tweet from the Secret Service, which appears to have been sent from the FBI, prompted a search of that user's other social media accounts, as well as an official report.


After watching a tweet calling for Trump to take off the milk


 the Secret Service tracked down other user accounts on various social media platforms in an effort to display other threats and confirm the user's identity, which he successfully did.


When the Daily Dot informed the Twitter user of their presence in the documents, they said that "equal parts were disturbing and hilarious" that the Secret Service was investigating them.


The American authorities are clearly unaware of our sense of humour, as well as our utter disdain for the former President. However, I would not have bothered to waste a train ticket to go see him. I appreciate that they have to check for credible threats,


but actually, milkshakes? "Add.


The user stated that the Secret Service had not contacted them about the tweet.


  • Despite the fact that reports were submitted and fears raised
  • some Secret Service staff responded to the email with some hilarious jokes.
  • One began singing Kelis's "Milkshake" in the office, while others were relieved it wasn't glamorous, and another joked that selling milk would be banned while they were there.


Despite the abundance of emails, the Secret Service continued to monitor social media for comments about milkshaking in the lead-up to Trump's trip.


In emails about Trump's upcoming trip, one email mentioned "numerous references on social media by individuals who encourage them to bring POTUS and greet 'milkshake'."


The Secret Service also monitored a Facebook group called "Milk shakes against racism", which tracked the increase in potential attendance at the London protest over time.


It was noted that the group encouraged members to "protest peacefully", and members exchanged memes about people who had experienced milk dysfunction.


  1. The Secret Service was concerned about more than just Trump's trip at the time.
  2. Vice President Mike Pence was also in the country.
  3. While observing the situation, the Secret Service discovered a group that promised to hit Pence too.


Despite their extensive research on destructive threats, at least some customers appeared surrendered to their fate.