DOJ search of Biden home turns up six more classified documents: lawyer

Justice Department officials found six more documents and classified information at President Biden’s Wilmington, Del., home during a search Friday, the president’s attorney said. in a statement on Saturday.

Bob Bauer, a personal attorney for Biden, said in a statement that the Justice Department was granted access to the president’s home after an initial search yielded a total of 11 documents. .

“The DOJ requested that the investigation not be published in advance, in accordance with its standard procedures, and we agreed to cooperate,” Bauer said.

“The DOJ had full access to the President’s home, including personal correspondence, files, documents, memos, to-do lists, schedules, and memorabilia from over the years. ,” Bauer said. “The DOJ held what it considered to be within the scope of its investigation, including six classified documents and related materials, some of which were obtained from the service. of the President in the Senate and some of them started when he was Vice President. . The DOJ also conducted a review of personal transcripts from the vice-presidential years.

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