The United States Secret Service is currently investigating the presence of a white substance discovered in the West Wing of the White House.
This substance was found during a routine inspection and prompted a brief evacuation of the area, which houses important workspaces such as the Oval Office.
The Secret Service is reviewing visitor logs and surveillance footage to identify who may have been responsible for bringing the substance into the White House.
Betonline.ag, a betting website, has named Travis Kelce, a player for the Kansas City Chiefs, as one of the top suspects behind this incident. However, it is important to note that the Chiefs visited the White House last month, and while Kelce is being considered a suspect, it is unlikely that he was involved.
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Hunter Biden is the only individual listed ahead of Kelce as a primary suspect. It should be emphasized that Kelce should not be solely blamed for this incident, as it is highly unlikely that he had any involvement.
The Secret Service is committed to conducting a thorough investigation into how the substance entered the White House. President Joe Biden and his family were not present at the White House when the substance was discovered, as they were at Camp David in Maryland.
The substance was found in a storage facility used by White House staff and guests to store their mobile phones, according to a senior law enforcement official. Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has assured that the Secret Service will conduct a comprehensive review to determine how the substance entered the White House.