I thought this was a joke. Having just watched "In the Line of Fire" a couple weeks ago (Clint Eastwood as a Secret Service man trying to live down Nov 22, 1963 in Dallas) which included some extras on training, and reading a Post mag article on a class of trainees, I was particularly interested in this front page story: the Secret Service uses actors and ex-military to develop role-playing exercises in the DC area. Very good article, very reassuring training
But one of the contractors who role plays uses the idea Rahm is the Anti-Christ in his dialog with the agents. I figured that was pure imagination, but when I google it, there's over 10,000 hits.
I guess I underestimated the delusions of some people.