Trump suggests Joe Biden may depend on cocaine for 'life and energy'

 July 11, 2023

During a briefing late last week, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre slammed any suggestion that a recently discovered bag of cocaine may have belonged to a member of the Biden family as being "irresponsible."

The admonition clearly had no effect on former President Donald Trump, however, as on Monday he speculated that President Joe Biden may depend on cocaine for "a little life and energy."

Trump says White House coverup may be in the works

According to Forbes magazine, the former president put forward that assertion in a series of Truth Social posts on Monday.

He argued that if authorities are unable to identify who left the drugs then "it means they destroyed the tapes [and] the Cocaine was for use by Hunter, [and] probably Crooked Joe."

Trump went on to question whether the elder Biden "on cocaine when he instructed the FBI/DOJ to illegally invade my home" and "had his political opponent, who is leading him in the Polls by a lot, indicted and arrested."

This is not the first time that Trump has attempted to link the White House cocaine find to his prosecution for allegedly mishandling classified documents.

Former president says Special Counsel Jack Smith "looks like a crackhead"

In another Truth Social post from last week, Trump asked if Special Counsel Jack Smith "had been seen in the area of the cocaine" before remarking that Smith "looks like a crackhead to me."

While there has been little evidence to suggest that Joe Biden has a cocaine problem, that certainly isn't true of his son Hunter.

The younger Biden has a long and well-publicized history of drug abuse, something which was documented in videos and pictures found on his abandoned laptop. This included footage showing him driving over 170 miles per hour while smoking crack.

He also managed to avoid jail time by entering into a controversial plea deal for illegally purchasing a firearm while addicted to crack.

House Oversight Committee launching its own investigation

Meanwhile, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer said this past Friday that his committee will be looking into the matter.

"This alarming development requires the Committee to assess White House security practices and determine whose failures led to an evacuation of the building and finding of the illegal substance," Fox News quoted him as saying.

"This incident has raised additional concerns with the Committee regarding the level of security maintained at the White House," Comer added.

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