The media has picked apart just about everything that President Trump has embarked on and now Trump's Secret Service agents' bathroom needs are up for grabs when it comes to a topic to scrutinize. Today some in the media are complaining that government money was used for the Secret Service agents to have a bathroom at their disposal in the form of a port-a-potty.

From many of the articles today, you would swear Trump carries two wallets, one with his own personal money, and the other stuffed with government funds. The news this week reported that the Secret Service was running out of funds, putting them in a monetary crisis to the point that some of the agents weren't going to collect their paychecks.

That was quickly squashed when the head of the Secret Service came out and did some damage control.

Fiscal year

Some of the reports really skewed the facts, like the Trump administration [VIDEO] blew through all the money allotted for the Secret Service for the year and there's nothing left. They failed to mention that money was for the "fiscal year," not the calendar year. Why would that make a difference?

The fiscal year for the Secret Service is up in August. So even if they did fall short, it was only by a few weeks, but no one was in jeopardy of not getting paid. The idea that Trump and his family blew through all the Secret Service money [VIDEO]was planted in the media. The reasons -- there are too many Trumps to protect and they travel a lot.

No pay

The original report came from USA Today, when they interviewed Secret Service Director Randolph “Tex” Alles.

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According to USA Today, more than 1,000 agents have already hit the federally mandated caps for salary and overtime allowances — which were meant to last the entire year.” Again, that "entire year is the fiscal year, which ends next month."

Alles came out with a statement after the interview blew up and people were under the impression that the Secret Service Agents wouldn't get their pay checks. Alles said that this was not a "Trump Administration" problem. It has been going on for a decade. The same thing happened last year when Obama was in the White House. They had to look for more funds to finish out the fiscal year. He assured the public that the Secret Service had enough money to cover all scheduled time for the remainder of the year, according to Politico.

The same thing happened last year when Obama was in the White House. They had to look for more funds to finish out the fiscal year. He assured the public that the Secret Service had enough money to cover all scheduled time for the remainder of the year, according to Politico.

This ongoing problem has been addressed with congressional heads even before Trump was on the horizon, so the media didn't offer up all the factors to this dilemma, which would have been the problem wasn't due to Trump and his family.

Money flushed down port-o-potties

Still working under the premise that Trump has drained the Secret Service of their money earmarked to last a year, the media is now picking on the port-a-potties that were needed for the Secret Service agents during Trump's working vacation this month. Those very nice trailers were a bit classier than the ones you might see on a construction site, and they were rented from August 3 to August 21. According to the Inquisitr, the reported bill for their rental was $7,100.

First of all, the Secret Service agents have a right to have bathrooms at their disposal. The Trump National Golf Club sits on a huge piece of property, which the agents had to patrol. You couldn't expect the agents to leave their posts and truck on back to the Trump National Golf Club facilities if nature called.

These agents need a bathroom when nature calls

It was also very respectful of the Trump administration to get the Imperial Restroom trailer, which is a step up from the plastic port-a-potties you see construction workers using or lined up in a row at concerts and fairs. These men and women are in charge of keeping Trump and his family safe.

The Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey is an upscale place. You couldn't just cart in the bright blue port-a-potties and hope that the people who paid good money for the class of luxury offered at this golf course wouldn't notice them scattered around the property.