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VIDEO: Bongino Gets All Emotional – The Secret Service Agent Explains His Struggle

Secret service agents have underpass a certain training which is beyond reason and understanding for a normal human being. However, disease, death, and especially such a hard disease – cancer, gets every single one of us down to the knees and makes us turn to God and prayers.

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The former secret service agent, as well as a Fox News contributor, Dan Bongino appeared on Sean Hannity’s show last week. During the interview, he got really emotional while sharing information about his struggle with cancer, and how absolutely thrilled he was when he finally got the good news after he completed his struggling treatment at Hodgkin Lymphoma, last month.

“Notice I’m smiling tonight. I’m all happy. I feel good,” Bongino said to Hannity.

“Obviously you’ve been very public about some health struggles,” Hannity replied. “He’s gotten a clean bill of health. I couldn’t be happier for my friend, my fellow warrior.” And later that day, Bongino briefly discussed this in the evening broadcast of the show.

“I am still giddy over your health news,” Hannity told Bongino. “Thank you for sticking with me through the whole thing,” Bongino responded with a laugh.

“We’re very happy for you, and we’re glad you’re back stronger than ever. Watch out, world, that man is full-on Dan Bongino,” Hannity then replied to him. “The octagon, me and you!” Bongino joked back to Hannity.

“I had a mass in one of my lungs that was detected just weeks after completing treatment for my Hodgkin’s lymphoma,” he said. “After some imaging, it looks like some scarring and doesn’t appear to be another tumor. I’m relieved.”

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Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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