A senior Secret Service agent has come under fire for suggesting she would not take a bullet for President Donald Trump.

In a since-deleted Facebook post from October, Kerry O'Grady said she "would take jail time over a bullet or an endorsement for what I believe to be disaster to this country." The post however has lived on in screenshots.

Though she did not specifically mention the name Donald Trump, O'Grady ended her post with the phrase "I am with her," a take on one of Hillary Clinton's campaign slogans, "I'm with Her."

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O'Grady referenced her violation of the Hatch Act, which prohibits Secret Service agents from posting partisan political comments on social media.

The Facebook post was brought to light Tuesday in an article by the Washington Examiner.

In response to whether her opposition to Trump would affect her ability to do her job, she said, "I hope you understand that's an emphatic no and I need to make sure that's resoundingly clear and just reinforces that this job needs to done well."

The Secret Service said "appropriate action" has been taken but has not commented any further.

Former Washington Post investigative reporter Ronald Kessler joined Brian Kilmeade on "Fox & Friends" Wednesday to discuss the agent's post.

Watch the video clip above, and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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