(FeaturedNews.com) – The FBI conducted searches in the University of Delaware twice in the past few weeks as part of the investigation relating to the classified documents found in President Biden’s possession.
According to the CNN report, which cited anonymous sources, the searches took place on two different days and the Biden team had fully cooperated with the search. The FBI did not locate any classified documents during the search.
Previously, a small number of classified documents were found in Biden’s Wilmington, Del., home as well as in a Washington, D.C. office he had used after leaving the White House in 2017 before announcing his presidential campaign in 2020.
The Department of Justice has appointed a special counsel who is overseeing the investigation relating to the classified documents found in Biden’s possession. The search took place after Republicans repeatedly called for the Department of Justice to look through all of the records, documents, and senatorial papers that Biden had previously donated to the University of Delaware. The special collection included “more than 1,850 boxes of archival records from the President’s Senate career” which were donated in 2012. The documents are not yet publicly available as they have not fully been processed and archived yet.
The FBI searched through all of the senatorial records donated by Biden as well as a series of documents that were donated more recently. The discovery of classified documents in Biden’s possession has led to many in the Republican party criticizing Biden for his approach towards the classified documents found in former President Trump’s office.
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