Donald Trump Jr. Refutes Ownership of Cocaine Found at White House: “It’s Not My Thing”
In a recent statement, Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of the former president, took the opportunity to clear the
In a recent statement, Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of the former president, took the opportunity to clear the air and deny any involvement in the cocaine discovered at the White House. Speaking at the Turning Point Action Conference, Trump addressed the Secret Service’s closure of the investigation, stating that there were no clues to pinpoint the culprit.
Trump wanted to ensure that he wasn’t falsely blamed for the presence of drugs at the White House and seized the moment to indirectly criticize Hunter Biden, another presidential offspring. “According to Twitter, it was mine,” Trump expressed with frustration. “You have the world’s most famous crackhead in residence. And somehow, it was mine, according to Twitter. I haven’t been there in, like, three years. I mean, think about that.”
Eager to clarify his stance, Trump emphasized, “Luckily, I don’t snort cocaine. Like, it’s not my thing.” Despite his repeated denial of using cocaine, skeptics on Twitter have pointed to his energetic social media videos where he gestures animatedly and frequently wipes his nose.
During his address, Trump once again brought up Hunter Biden, highlighting Republicans’ focus on the contents of his laptop and the alleged damning revelations against President Joe Biden. The younger Biden recently issued a cease-and-desist letter to Donald Trump’s legal team to halt the spread of baseless accusations.
“I have a feeling if it were the ‘Don Jr. laptop from hell,’ you all would have heard about it,” Trump remarked to the audience. “Right? I mean, do you think if I was videoing myself going 172 while smoking meth, I have a feeling, magically, CNN would find it to be relevant again.”