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REPORT: Hunter Was Living in White House When Cocaine Was Found

'Hands off my family...'

(Headline USAHunter Biden was living in the White House, unbeknownst to most staffers, right before his sweetheart plea deal collapsed—and at the same time cocaine was found in the West Wing, according to the Washington Post.

Hunter started his stay in the Executive Mansion on June 21, one day after his lawyers reached the plea agreement with U.S. attorney David Weiss, and ended up staying for two weeks. His stay overlapped with a White House state dinner honoring India’s prime minister, which the first son attended. 

His stay also overlapped with the discovery of cocaine just steps from the Situation Room. The Secret Service launched an investigation into how the cocaine ended up in the White House, but claimed it was not able to find a culprit.

“There was no surveillance video footage found that provided investigative leads or any other means for investigators to identify who may have deposited the found substance in this area,” the Secret Service said in a statement. “Without physical evidence, the investigation will not be able to single out a person of interest from the hundreds of individuals who passed through the vestibule where the cocaine was discovered.”

The day after news broke about the cocaine, Hunter, with his wife and son in tow, left the White House.

White House aides told the Post they were not aware Hunter was staying in the mansion for that long because the embattled first son has become a taboo subject in the administration.

“Hands off my family,” was the president’s message to aides concerning their advice about how to handle the Hunter Biden scandal, they said.

“The President and First Lady love their son, support him, and are proud of him overcoming addiction and continuing to rebuild his life,” Ian Sams, a White House spokesman, said in a statement.

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