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The FBI found other classified documents at Joe Biden’s home

The FBI found other classified documents at Joe Biden’s home

(Washington) US Federal Police (FBI) raided President Joe Biden’s home in Delaware on Friday and found six documents containing classified information and seized some of his notes, the official said on Saturday. President’s lawyer.

Bob Bauer, the president’s personal attorney, said the search of the entire campus lasted nearly 13 hours.

The documents with classification marks are from when Biden was Senate and vice president, and the memos are from when he was vice president. Mr. The search comes more than a week after Biden’s lawyers found six other classified documents from his time as vice president in the president’s library, and nearly three months after lawyers found a smaller number of classified documents in his former offices at the Ben Biden Center. In Washington.

Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were not home at the time of the search. They spend weekends at their home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.

Me Bauer said the FBI asked the White House not to comment on the search before it was conducted. He said the FBI “has full access to the president’s home, including personal handwritten notes, files, documents, filing cabinets, memorabilia, to-do lists, schedules and memorabilia dating back decades.”

He added that the Justice Department seized documents relevant to its investigation, including six items with classified markings and surrounding documents, some from the president’s service in the Senate and others from his own. During his tenure as Vice President”.

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Attorney General Merrick Garland, former US Attorney in Maryland Robert Harai, Mr. has appointed a special counsel to investigate any potential wrongdoing regarding Biden’s documents.

“From the beginning, the president was determined to handle this responsibly because he took it seriously,” White House lawyer Richard Saber said Saturday. The President’s attorneys will continue to collaborate with the White House Counsel’s Office (Department of Justice) and the Special Counsel to help ensure that this process is conducted expeditiously and efficiently. »