Other classified items were found at Biden’s Delaware home during the Justice Department’s investigation, attorneys said.

There are six extras, including accompanying documents and sorting markwas found at President Joe Biden’s home in Delaware after the Department of Justice searched the home on Friday, the president’s attorney said Saturday.

The records at the Wilmington, Delaware, home appear to be related to his time as vice president as well as his tenure in the US Senate and were obtained after Biden’s lawyer offered full access to the location while the department investigates its possession of classified material. , said Bob Bauer, Biden’s attorney in a statement.

“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. ,” Bauer said.

He added that the department had “complete access” to Biden’s home, “including personal handwritten notes, files, documents, stamps, memos, to-do lists, schedules, and reminders to beyond many years.”

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