The FBI is looking for more confidential documents in another of Biden’s homes

The Justice Department is conducting another search of US President Joe Biden’s home to try to find other confidential documents that may be in the house, the president’s personal attorney said Wednesday.

“Today, with the full support and cooperation of the President, the Department is conducting a planned search of his home in Rehoboth, Delaware,” presidential attorney Bob Bauer said in a statement.

The search, which media reports say is being conducted by agents of the FBI (an agency dependent on the Justice Department), is being conducted “in accordance with the Department’s standard operating procedures” and “in the interests of the safety and integrity of the emergency safety and integrity of the rescuers. This work was attempted without prior public notice and we agreed to cooperate,” the lawyer added.

No documents have been found at this address so far, but they were found in Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, and in his private office at the Penn Biden Center think tank in Washington.

In January, it was revealed that the president’s staff had found classified and classified documents from his time as Vice President under Barack Obama (2009-2017) and his time as a Senator (1973-2009) last November.

Since then, the US government has repeatedly announced the discovery of additional documents. On January 12, Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the appointment of a special prosecutor who will investigate all classified documents, conservative Robert Hur.

A few days ago, the discovery of documents in the home of former Vice President Mike Pence also came to light, a situation that, in addition to the papers found in Donald Trump’s mansion, forced the United States National Archives to list all former presidents and former vice presidents. presidents of the country, to view their personal data if it contains confidential documents.

“The responsibility to comply with the Presidential Records Act — the decree requiring an administration to turn over all records to the National Archives — does not diminish when the government shuts down,” the National Archives said in a letter.

From the outset, both the White House and Biden himself insisted on their full cooperation with this Justice Department investigation and sought to distance themselves from the case of the confidential documents the FBI found in former President Donald Trump’s mansion ( 2017 -2021) in Mar-a-Lago (Florida).

Source: La Neta Neta