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WH Cocaine found near Situation Room, different location from what was originally reported

WASHINGTON DC – MAY 10: US President Joe Biden departs the West Wing to board Marine 1 on the South Lawn of the White House on May 10, 2023 in Washington, DC. (Photo Credit: Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

OAN’s Noah Herring
3:27 PM – Thursday, July 6, 2023

Multiple officials involved in the White House cocaine investigation now say the powder was found in a small room near the West Executive Entrance of the White House, rather than the official West Wing lobby where it had previously been reported, according to a report by MSNBC. claim.


According to Andrea Mitchell, Washington’s chief correspondent, the reception area in the west wing was closely guarded, but access was still restricted to outsiders.

“The big change is… where this was found. Based on my observations, it was found in a more secure location, a restricted access area in the West Wing reception area,” Mitchell said. “It’s still a place I frequent, but it’s located near the Situation Room just down Executive Drive. And normal people can’t get there, even through the northwest gate.”

Cocaine was found between the foyer and the lower-floor lobby, in the entrance near the situation room and executive office. The entrance area is right next to where government officials such as the Vice President usually park their cars.

Biden administration spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre was asked at a news conference Wednesday which of the two entrances to the West was involved. However, she refused to answer and diverted her content to her Secret Service.

Multiple reports said the investigation included fingerprinting and DNA testing, but officials don’t have much hope of identifying those responsible.

The investigation is expected to close on Monday, according to two sources familiar with the investigation.

As information about the true whereabouts of the cocaine surfaced, many online users speculated that the hard drug belonged to President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden or to senior Biden officials, including Vice President Kamala Harris. bottom.

On Thursday, government spokesman Andrew Bates also declined to answer questions about whether the bags could be ruled out as belonging to Hunter or Joe Biden. Questions from reporters true social post From former President Donald Trump.

“Some people really believe that the cocaine found in the West Wing of the White House, right next to the Oval Office, was meant to be used by someone other than Hunter & Joe Biden,” Trump said in a post. yes,” he said.

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