Secret Service Found DNA from White House Cocaine Baggie

The Secret Service reportedly found DNA from the cocaine baggie discovered in the White House on July 2 after the agency said it was unable to identify who smuggled the drug into one of the most secure buildings in the world.

The reported DNA raises questions about if Americans were told the truth when the Secret Service alleged no fingerprints or DNA turned up on the baggie found in a “lobby” at the White House.

According to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) filed by Fox News’s Jesse Watters Primetime, an envelope with three tubes of DNA, which Watters says came from the baggie, is in the possession of the Secret Service. Watters said the FOIA request shows the DNA tubes are in a vault for preservation.

“Secret Service has responded to Primetime’s FOIA over the White House cocaine investigation,” Watters posted on X. “We now know they’ve been lying to you about everything. After telling us they didn’t find any DNA and destroying the bag of coke, the documents tell us there’s three tubes of DNA that they didn’t destroy.”

“They did find DNA on the baggie- it was processed and moved to an evidence vault for preservation. They now have an insurance policy,” he said.

The mystery surrounding the so-called Coke Gate raises additional questions, Watters said, highlighting the changing location of where the Secret Service located the substance.

Three times, the reported location where the cocaine was allegedly found changed:

  1. July 4: The New York Times reported the substance was found in the White House “library.”
  2. July 5: Reuters reported the substance was found in a “cubby hole” near the Situation Room.
  3. July 13: The Associated Press reported the baggie was found in the “lobby.”

Photos emerged Monday from the Daily Mail of a baggie containing a white powdery substance in White House locker 50. The photos surfaced after the Secret Service concluded its investigation into the incident. It is unknown if the Secret Service interviewed any suspects during the short investigation.

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NBC News’s Kelly O’Donnell said in July a source familiar with the findings believes the “leading theory” remains that a “visitor” who “transited the West Executive entrance was likely responsible. But there is not physical evidence to compare to the list of names.”

“A visitor” appears to exclude administration employees and family members with permanent residence at the White House. It is unclear if Hunter Biden officially resides at the mansion, Newsweek reported.

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