It's pretty much a given now: Donald Trump is not approaching the presidency in a traditional manner.
He's rejected daily security briefings that are standard at the White House. It's not clear, even, if he will be staying at the White House since he seems to prefer working from his office in New York.
And, even though he gets around the clock protection from the Secret Service, he seems determined to keep some of his private security on the payroll once he's sworn in as President.
That's raising some alarm bells.
For more, Take Two spoke to Joseph Funk, a Secret Service agent for 21 years. Funk retired in 2005.