The Secret Service found DNA from the cocaine baggie discovered in the White House, despite initially claiming there were no fingerprints or DNA.
A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request revealed that the Secret Service has three tubes of DNA from the baggie, contradicting their previous statements.
The location of where the cocaine was found changed multiple times, adding to the mystery. (Trending: ‘The View’ Host Suffers Anti-Trump Meltdown For the Ages)
Definitely NOT Hunter Biden's locker.
Photos Released Of Cocaine Found In White House.
The FBI's lab "did not develop latent fingerprints and insufficient DNA was present for investigative comparisons."
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“Secret Service has responded to Primetime’s FOIA over the White House cocaine investigation,” wrote Watters.
Adding, “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,” reveal the Fox News host.
“They did find DNA on the baggie- it was processed and moved to an evidence vault for preservation. They now have an insurance policy,” charged Watters.
“When the cocaine was first found, they said it was in the library where the first family lives,” Watters explained.
“Then there were reports that the cocaine was actually found outside the Situation Room,” he continued.
We can exclusively reveal at Daily Mail the first images of the White House cubby where cocaine was found in July in a West Wing processing room.
The case remains unsolved after the US Secret Service closed it after just two weeks due to 'lack of evidence.' pic.twitter.com/jPwaFHrSyx
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The third report had the cocaine being found in a cubby in what is referred to as the basement lobby.
The investigation’s conclusion and whether any suspects were interviewed remain unknown.