President Trump responded to the White House cocaine scandal Wednesday by demanding to know where the security tapes are that would show exactly who hid the drugs.
Trump also asked if anyone really believes the coke belongs to anyone other than Joe and Hunter Biden, and asserted that the Secret Service already know where it came from.
Ron DeSantis offered a more jokey response:
The Secret Service is reportedly reviewing security footage.
Senator Tom Cotton has penned a letter to Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle demanding information on whether the cocaine was discovered in an area where confidential information is exchanged.
“If the White House complex is not secure, Congress needs to know the details, as well as your plan to correct any security flaws,” Cotton wrote.
“Who has access to the White House complex without passing through any security screening?” Cotton continued, requesting a list of all individuals with that kind of clearance.
“Who has access to the White House complex while subject to lesser security screening requirements than the most complete screening required of individuals accessing the West Wing?” Cotton pondered.
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