Colombian ambassador Gabriel Silva wants apology from President Obama on Secret Service Cartagena hooker scandal.
“The U.S. should apologize further,” Gabriel Silva told the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo about the sordid sex scandal that involved a dozen agents and another dozen military personnel.
“It is necessary, and I want to hear it from the White House,” Silva said in his tough talk to a scribe back home.
“A more clear expression of remorse is required to protect the reputation of Cartagena” — though Silva made no mention that scantily clad hookers legally roam the streets of his fair city.
Obama has since deemed the dirty dozen a band of “knuckleheads.”
Even the deputy director of the Secret Service sat down with Silva to apologize to Colombia and Cartagena.