Recently, some confidential documents were found in the residence and office of US President Joe Biden. Regarding this, now the FBI has searched his house located at Rehoboth in Delaware.
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US President Joe Biden’s house is being searched again. His lawyer said that the FBI began a search of President Joe Biden’s beach house in Delaware. This search is part of an operation in which previously classified documents have been recovered at other locations linked to Biden. After that search, this search operation is going on. Lawyer Bob Bauer said that the President is fully cooperating in this search. We are ready to cooperate in this. We will be able to share more details once the search operation is complete.
The Department of Justice is investigating the discovery of classified documents at a private office in Washington DC. On the 11th of last month, the White House had said that some more confidential documents had been received from US President Joe Biden’s residence and his private office. The documents recovered from Biden’s private office in Washington date from 2009 to 2016, when he was Vice President.
White House Special Counsel for the President Richard Sauber said in a statement that after receiving government documents at the Penn Biden Center in November 2022 and coordinating closely with the Department of Justice, the president’s attorneys began investigating Biden’s offices in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Searched the residences. These may include the places where files would have been sent from the Vice President’s office at the time of transfer of power in 2017.
On this, Biden said in Mexico that he was surprised to learn that some classified documents were found in a private office. He is unaware of what is in those papers and is cooperating with the authorities. I was informed about this and was surprised to learn that there was some government record that was taken to that office. Although I do not know what is in the documents.
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