(Fargo, ND) -- Senator Kevin Cramer was asked to give his thoughts on the discovery of cocaine at the White House.
"What has bothered me about it from the very beginning is that this notion that we will never know whose it is. Well there is only one reason they won't know whose it is and that's because they don't want to. There is no place in the world that is more monitored by cameras and video, and checking in and signing in, and then signing out, no place like the White House," said Cramer.
Cramer said if it can't be determined who left the cocaine at the White House then, the country needs "to replace our federal police force with more curious people".
Cramer appeared on The Flag's "What's on Your Mind".