(WASHINGTON) The special counsel charged with investigating Joe Biden's alleged mishandling of classified documents has concluded his investigation, the attorney general told Congress on Wednesday, without specifying the outcome.
The announcement comes a day after an article published in the Washington Post, according to which the investigative report criticized the handling of these documents by Joe Biden and his collaborators, but did not recommend prosecution.
In a letter to members of Congress consulted by AFP on Wednesday, Attorney General Merrick Garland noted that special counsel Robert Hurr had given his report on Monday.
“I am committed to making the special counsel's report as public as possible,” Garland said, adding that the White House is still reviewing the report.
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A favorite of the right, former President Donald Trump, Joe Biden's potential opponent in November's presidential election, is the target of criminal proceedings for negligent handling of classified documents.
Mr Trump, 77, has pleaded not guilty. He was federally indicted by another special prosecutor, Jack Smith, and accused of endangering national security by possessing nuclear documents after leaving the White House.
As for Joe Biden, the White House pleaded “error” and spoke of the documents being “carelessly” taken.
According to The Washington Post, there are significant differences between the two studies. According to the newspaper, the number of documents related to the Biden case is less than 20, and Mr. In Trump's case it is around 300.
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