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Here's What We Know About The Cocaine Found In The White House

Here's What We Know About The Cocaine Found In The White House

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An internal investigation is currently underway.

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Somebody was having a wild Fourth of July celebration at the unlikeliest place ever.

On Wednesday, July 5, a small amount of cocaine was found in the White House. The drug was located in a reportedly busy area of the West Wing, which makes finding a culprit pretty challenging.

However, a new report from NBC News determines that “the cocaine was found in an entrance area between the foyer and a lower-level lobby. It is one floor below the main West Wing offices and the same floor as the Situation Room and a dining area.”

That same report indicates that forensic work is still underway on Thursday, July 6. When asked about specifics regarding this case, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told media outlets that the Secret Service is still investigating this matter and can provide clearer answers with its findings.

According to the report, President Joe Biden and his family “were at Camp David, Maryland, not the White House, when officers discovered the cocaine.”

As news broke of cocaine found in the West Wing, Donald Trump quickly took to social media to make baseless and irresponsible accusations against Hunter Biden. Alas, The Hill reported a statement from former Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany shooting down those claims. “For it to be Hunter Biden, he left on Friday, he was at Camp David” McEnany said. “There is no way, it is inconceivable to think cocaine could sit for a 72-hour period [at The White House], so I would rule him out at this point.”

Overall, this is a huge mess, henny! All we can do is hope that this investigation can get to the bottom of it.

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Bernardo Sim experiences and explains queer multiverses. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim experiences and explains queer multiverses. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.