Justice Department investigators found 6 more classified documents in a search of Biden’s Delaware home, the attorney said.

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The Justice Department searched President Biden’s home in Delaware and found six documents containing classified information and was in possession of some of his letters, the president’s lawyer said in a statement. on Saturday.

Bob Bauer, a lawyer for the president, said the Justice Department conducted a search of Biden’s Wilmington home on Friday. He said it was about 13 hours.

The Department of Justice “held material that was considered within the scope of its investigation, including six classified documents and circulars, some of which were obtained from the service of the President in the Senate and some of it started during his tenure. Vice President,” Bauer said in a statement.

The public prosecutors also took for review personal written information from the vice-president years,” he said.

In another statement, Richard Sauber, special counsel to the president, said, “the DOJ conducted a full investigation of the Wilmington residence of the president, and concluded it on Friday evening.”

“The President or the First Lady were not present during the search,” added Sauber.

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