Hunter Biden Joins Family At White House Just Hours After Cocaine Find

( – Just days after cocaine was found in the West Wing of the White House, Hunter Biden was seen at the White House for the July 4 holiday.

The first son was seen at the White House on June 30, before the discovery of the cocaine. Hunter, 53, then headed to Camp David with President Joe Biden for the weekend. The White House was evacuated on July 2 for 36 hours after the discovery of a white substance that tested positive as cocaine.

Biden, along with first lady Jill Biden, as well as Hunter Biden and his wife, Melissa Cohen, his son, Beau Jr., and daughter, Finnegan, were seen early July 4 returning to Fort McNair in Washington on Marine One. As the family headed back to the White House, the press pool noted Beau Biden Jr. was seemingly “reluctant” to get into one of the vehicles.

During the evening of July 4, the president and first lady held a July 4 celebration for active-duty military families on the South Lawn of the White House. The celebration included a barbecue as well as a performance by the United States Military’s Premier Bands, country artist Brothers Osborne, and musician Ne-Yo.

President Biden commented to those in attendance, “Welcome to your house.”

Photos and videos then show the president and first lady on the balcony of the South Portico along with Hunter, first daughter Ashley Biden, Beau Jr. as well as other family members to take in the Fourth of July fireworks over the National Mall.

An investigation into the cocaine is underway. When asked by reporters on July 6 if the cocaine could belong to Hunter Biden, Biden administration spokesman Andrew Bates answered by saying he can’t answer that question because of the Hatch Act. The Hatch Act is a federal law that prevents executive branch employees from political activity, though it is unclear how that applies to the question asked.

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