Cocaine was found in the West Wing of Joe Biden’s White House last weekend — and now you can bet on the identity of the owner.
BetOnline.ag, a Caribbean sports betting site, is taking bets — and Hunter Biden, the president’s son, is getting better odds than anyone.
After all, he used his memoir to discuss his drug abuse in graphic detail, and he reportedly returned from a retreat immediately after the cocaine story’s viral moment.
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Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs’ tight end, has become a close second. The Chiefs visited the White House this year after winning the Super Bowl, and Kelce tried to grab the microphone from the president’s podium. He was stopped by teammate Patrick Mahomes.
Following close behind Kelce are The Jonas Brothers, a long-running boy band.
The Disney-affiliated musicians visited the White House in 2021. At the time, the White House was apparently trying to court younger voters. Judging by the poll numbers, this effort seems to have failed.
BetOnline is also taking bets on other White House guests — like the celebrity chef Edward Lee, the Hollywood stalwart Angelina Jolie, or any member of the men’s basketball team at University of Connecticut.
The site is even taking bets on some more unlikely figures — like the television personality Ariana Madix, who attended the White House correspondents’ dinner at the D.C. Hilton but doesn’t seem to have stepped inside Biden’s White House recently.
President Biden isn’t getting good odds, and neither is First Lady Jill Biden.
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Take a look —
Who owns the cocaine found in the White House?
Hunter Biden +200
Travis Kelce +800
One of the Jonas Brothers +1000
Angelina Jolie +1200
Maddox Jolie-Pitt +1200
Ariana Madix +1200
Member of LSU Lady Tigers +1400
Member of UConn Men’s Team +1400
Snoop Dogg +1600
Edward Lee +1600… pic.twitter.com/4BVHQccWvy
— BetOnline.ag (@betonline_ag) July 5, 2023
Officials are scrutinizing footage from the West Wing’s security cameras to identify the culprit, the White House claimed.
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“It is under investigation by the Secret Service. This is in their purview, and so we’re going to — we’re going to allow certainly the investigation to continue. And we have confidence that the Secret Service will get to the bottom of this,” White House press secretary Karine Jean Pierre claimed.
What are the odds they actually show Hunter?
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