DailyMail.com has obtained exclusive photos of a dime-sized ziplock bag containing cocaine, discovered in a phone locker near the White House’s West Executive entrance.
The illicit substance prompted the evacuation of the West Wing on July 2, triggering an extensive 11-day investigation.
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In response to a Freedom of Information Act request, the Secret Service released images of the bag of white powder found in a cubby hole used for personal belongings.
The incident occurred while President Joe Biden’s family, including son Hunter, was away at Camp David for the Fourth of July weekend.
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Despite narrowing down the list of suspects to 500 individuals, the investigation concluded in less than two weeks due to a ‘lack of evidence.’
The security footage couldn’t determine the owner, and the bag lacked usable fingerprints or DNA evidence. The cocaine was sent for ‘destruction’ on July 14.
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The press secretary addressed irresponsible reporting and reiterated the family’s absence, dismissing speculation linking the baggie to a Biden family member.
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Questions arose about the possibility of the cocaine belonging to a Biden family member, given Hunter Biden’s history of drug and alcohol abuse detailed in his memoir.
National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan suggested a construction worker might have brought in the cocaine, emphasizing that the Situation Room, where it was found, was undergoing renovation at the time.