Rep. Issa to Homeland Security Sec. Johnson: Turn over Secret Service report by Monday

Rep. Darrell Issa wants Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to turn over by Monday evening a readable copy of a report detailing Secret Service missteps during a Sept. 19 White House security breach.

Among the problems revealed in the report is that a White House security tactical unit had never before entered the White House and were not trained to navigate the interior of the mansion.

The Ohio Republican congressman, who chairs the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, set a Monday deadline for Johnson to turn over the report, which details how a mentally unstable man was able to scale a White House fence and enter far inside the mansion.

Lawmakers have been able to view the report, but parts have been blacked out and they were not allowed to keep a copy for further review.