Photos showing mysterious cocaine discovered inside the White House over the summer after being obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request from the Secret Service were published by the Daily Mail.
The bag of cocaine was initially discovered on July 2 in a storage locker near the entrance to the West Wing of the White House, before it was later confirmed to be the drug by the Secret Service on July 5.
The discovery prompted the Secret Service to launch an investigation that was later closed after the agency said it was “unable” to identify the suspect.
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