The president, in unusual Trumpian fashion, has blamed Hunter and Joe Biden for the alleged cocaine usage in the White House. Trump has also suggested that special counsel Jack Smith, whom Trump has described as looking like a crack addict, may be at fault.
President Trump claims on his Truth Social account that Hunter and Joe Biden were the intended recipients of the cocaine found in the West Wing of the White House.
Trump said If you don’t believe him, just keep a watch on the Fake News Media. He said they’d soon start stating that the amount identified was really small and that it wasn’t truly cocaine but just Aspirin ground into a powder, and then the story would go away.
Trump then asked if anyone knew where Jack Smith was when the cocaine was left behind because he said the Smith looked like “a crackhead” to him.
The Secret Service has remained mum about the actual location of the Sunday drug bust. Trump, on the other hand, stated in his tweet that the property was located “very close to the Oval Office” and that Hunter and Joe Biden were the owners.
Trump can’t talk about the private files that are part of his case’s evidence. But he has some leeway when it comes to the case.
Scott MacFarlane of CBS explained the June decision in a recent show. Donald Trump’s legal team is receiving paperwork relevant to the lawsuit from the Justice Department. The judge has ordered that Trump cannot release or disseminate information in any way.
He can, however, disparage the sitting President and his son and call Jack Smith a crackhead.
Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said the cocaine was discovered in the West Wing lobby, which is used by White House staff to greet guests.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre dodged the question of whether or not the perpetrator should face criminal charges earlier this week. She said she is not going to “get into hypotheticals.”