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Trump Giddily Suggests White House Cocaine Belonged to the Joe Bidens

Trump Giddily Suggests White House Cocaine Belonged to the Joe Bidens

Former President Trump claimed that suspicious white powder found at the west wing of the White House belongs to Joe Bidens.

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Trump Giddily Suggests White House Cocaine Belonged to the Joe Bidens

Responding to the news of the discovery of a suspicious white powdery substance at the White House that preliminary evaluation identified as Cocaine on Sunday, former United States President Donald Trump suggested that the found Cocaine belonged to President Joe Biden or his son Hunter Biden.

Also, See: Hunter Biden to plead guilty to Federal tax charges

During a routine tour on Sunday evening, the Secret Service agent found a suspicious white powder in an area of the West Wing at the White House. The powder was determined to be non-hazardous and was sent for further testing.

Secondary lab testing results on Wednesday confirmed that the white powder was Cocaine after the preliminary examination that yielded the same results.

The former President claimed on Wednesday that the substance belonged to President Biden’s family. He also argued that the media would hide the discovery of drugs at the White House by denying laboratory results.

Trump posted on his Truth Social platform, “Does anybody really believe that the Cocaine found in the West Wing of the White House, very close to the Oval Office, is for the use of anyone other than Joe and Hunter Biden?

But watch, the fake news media will soon start saying that the amount found was very small and it was not Cocaine but rather common ground up Aspirin, and the story will vanish.”

Trump also targeted Justice Department Special Counsel Jack Smith, calling him a ‘crackhead’ and claiming that drugs could belong to him.

Trump wrote, “Has Deranged Jack Smith, the crazy, Trump-hating Special Prosecutor, been seen in the area of Cocaine? He looks like a crackhead to me.”

Trump Giddily Suggest White House Cocaine Belonged to the Joe Bidens
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Jack Smith led the investigation into Trump’s handling of classified documents and indicted the former President with 37-count federal criminal charges. Trump pleaded not guilty to all 37 charges.

Also, See: Trump 49 Page Indictment Download PDF & Read Online [Easy Steps]

He is also the leading investigator in the January 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol attack and Trump’s attempt to change the election results in 2020.

The discovery of Cocaine at the White House appeared to allow the former President to express his anger over Smith.

Trump again posted about the incident and noted,” Where are the White House ‘Security Tapes’ like the ones I openly and happily gave to Deranged Jack Smith, which will quickly show where the Cocaine in the White House came from? They already know the answer but probably don’t like it.”

Trump is not the only 2024 Republican Presidential candidate who commented on the news of finding Cocaine at the White House.

In his interview on Wednesday, Florida Governor and second leading Republican 2024 runner, Ron DeSantis, said, “I think a lot of us have believed that the Biden administration has been blowing it on many fronts. But I guess it is slightly more literal than I had thought.”

Also, See: Ron DeSantis Says He Would Eliminate IRS and Other Agencies as US President

Meanwhile, the Secret Service continues to inquire who brought the small, zipped bags of Cocaine around the area where visitors at the White House are asked to keep their cell phones.

The Secret Service said, “We are investigating the cause and manner of how it entered the White House premises.”

Biden and his family were reportedly at Camp David when the suspicious substance was found at the White House. The President returned to the White House on Tuesday.

Also, See: President Biden to come to South Carolina this week

While Biden has yet to comment on the discovery of drugs at the building, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre declared the White House is confident that the Secret Service will get to the bottom of the incident.

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