Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan has yet to fall prey to the widening sex scandal involving 12 agents who solicited sex from Columbian prostitutes while President Obama visited the country earlier this month.
So far, six agents have been forced out, including two supervisors, and a 12th agent who declined to participate has been cleared. Director Sullivan has kept his job.
Federal lawmakers praised Sullivan's handling of the scandal while speaking on the Sunday civic affairs talk shows, reports CNN.
"From every indication I've seen, from the moment this scandal broke until now, there's no attempt to cover anything over," U.S. Rep. Peter King, R-New York, said on NBC's "Meet the Press."