Hunter Biden's wife spotted being driven to Malibu Starbucks by Secret Service
The couple receives 24-hour Secret Service protection
Hunter Biden's wife was spotted being escorted by Secret Service agents on a Malibu, California coffee run Tuesday.
Melissa Cohen, mother of Hunter’s 1-year-old son Beau, was spotted grabbing an iced coffee at a Starbucks near the couple’s California home accompanied by Secret Service agents.
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One agent stayed in the car behind the wheel while another agent opened the door for Cohen as she returned to the car holding the iced coffee.
The Daily Mail calculated that since top agents earn $148,437 per year, which translates to an hourly rate of $71.36, the two-hour coffee excursion had a taxpayer-funded price tag of up to $285.44.
The couple has been given 24-hour Secret Service protection at their $20,000 a month Malibu home.
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