A new report raises new questions about the "culture" of the United States Secret Service. Seattle TV station KIRO, a CNN affiliate, cited an unnamed U.S. government contractor who worked extensively with the Secret Service advance team in San Salvador, El Salvador, prior to President Barack Obama's trip there in March, 2011.
The source said he was with about a dozen Secret Service agents and a few U.S. military specialists at a strip club in the city a few days before Obama arrived, KIRO reported.
The report comes hours after Sen. Chuck Grassley's comments on OutFront Wednesday evening, asking if the unfolding prostitution scandal represents "part of the culture of the Secret Service." Sen. Grassley has called for a full investigation of the events in Cartagena, Columbia.
Today a U.S. government official familiar with the Secret Service conceded the problems with the elite agency go beyond Colombia, telling CNN "we have had employees that have engaged in misconduct. People make mistakes."
Tonight on OutFront at 7 p.m. ET, Erin Burnett breaks down the latest developments in the story, and reports on what happens next.