Former US President Donald Trump has made allegations against current President Joe Biden and his son Hunter after a recent discovery of cocaine at the White House. The suspicious substance, confirmed to be cocaine, was found in a publicly accessible area of the West Wing, leading to a temporary evacuation of the complex. Trump took to his social media platform, Truth Social, to criticize Biden and Hunter, suggesting that the cocaine was intended for their use. However, it should be noted that President Biden was not present at the White House when the incident occurred, as he was at Camp David during that time.
Trump’s remarks have generated attention and controversy. He expressed skepticism about potential media coverage, suggesting that they may downplay the incident by describing the quantity as “very small” and claiming it was merely ground-up aspirin. He also made a derogatory comment about the Special Prosecutor, Jack Smith, insinuating a connection between Smith and the cocaine. However, these claims lack evidence and should be viewed with caution.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre addressed the incident during a media interaction, stating that the area where the cocaine was found is frequently used by visitors to the West Wing. She emphasized that an ongoing investigation aims to determine how the substance ended up at the White House, expressing the administration’s commitment to uncovering the truth.
The discovery of cocaine in the White House has raised concerns and prompted heightened security measures. As the investigation continues, the focus remains on ensuring the safety and integrity of the presidential residence.
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