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Justice Department found more classified Biden documents at his Delaware residence

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Check-in started at 9:45 am. and ended at 10:30 p.m. and located six documents marked as classified, some of which date back to Biden’s time as a senator and others to when he served as Barack Obama’s vice president.
The US Department of Justice examined this Friday the residence in Wilmington (Delaware) of the president, Joe Biden, and found new classified documents, announced this Saturday the personal lawyer of the president, Bob Bauer.

Check-in started at 9:45 am. and ended at 10:30 p.m. and located six documents marked as classified, some of which date back to Biden’s time as a senator and others to when he served as Barack Obama’s vice president.
On Saturday of last week, the White House confirmed that a third batch of documents had been found in the Delaware house in searches carried out by Biden’s lawyers.

Bauer said in his statement that, in an effort to expedite the process “as much as possible,” they agreed to give access to the house for the Justice Department to examine for material that might be classified.

Justice requested that the search that took place yesterday not be disclosed in advance.

Members of Biden’s legal team and the White House were present at the meeting.

The Justice Department had “full” access to the location, including your handwritten notes, files, papers, folders, lists, or schedules, and took possession of what it deemed to be in the context of its investigation, including those six documents marked as classified.
They also took handwritten notes from his years as vice president for further review.

Biden’s special counsel, Richard Sauber, added in another statement that the president had told his lawyers to show full cooperation with the Justice Department and recalled that this has been the case since the initial discovery of classified documents in the Penn think tank. Center, founded by the president.
Sauber stressed that Biden and his team are making sure the Justice Department has what it needs to do a “thorough” review.

Both the White House and Biden himself have insisted from the beginning on their total willingness to collaborate in these investigations and have tried to distance themselves from the case of former President Donald Trump (2017-2021).
The Republican is also being investigated by the Justice Department for accumulating classified documents at his private residence in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, discovered after an FBI raid.

The Biden case was uncovered this January and the various classified documents about him were found by his own lawyers and turned over to the authorities, unlike what happened in Mar-a-Lago, where the intervention of the Department of Justice was necessary to retrieve the papers.

“The president has been committed from the beginning to address this responsibly because he takes it very seriously,” Sauber stressed in his note, where he specified that neither Biden nor the first lady, Jill, were present at the search. from yesterday.

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