Lawyer: DOJ searched Biden’s home, got warrants

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Justice Department has searched President Joe Biden’s Delaware home and found six documents containing classified information and some of his personal information, a lawyer said. of the president 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 Ministry of Justice “held what it considered to be within the scope of its investigation, including six documents that include documents and classification marks and surrounding items, some of which are from the President’s service in the Senate and some of it from his term as Vice President,” Bauer said in a statement.

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

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