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“I’m confident that we’ve taken tremendous precautions for the Super Bowl,” Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said on Thursday.
“There are magnetometers everywhere. We’re screening all the people who come into the stadium, including workers. We’re screening all the vehicles that get within a certain distance of the stadium. And … I’m confident that we’ll have a safe and successful game.”
Johnson, speaking at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, was confident enough to joke about it: “Somebody asked me what do you fear most about the Super Bowl, and I said overtime.”