(FeaturedNews.com) – According to multiple news reports, following the discovery of classified documents in President Biden’s former private office at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement last November, the FBI conducted a search of the office.
CBS News was the first to report that following the discovery on Nov. 2, when Biden’s attorney found a small number of classified documents while packing up Biden’s office which he had used after leaving the office of Vice President, the FBI also proceeded to search through the offices. The reports also note that Biden’s team had fully cooperated with the FBI search, which is similar to what occurred during the FBI’s search of Biden’s Delaware home in January. That second search was also driven by the discovery of batches of classified documents in Biden’s home.
The White House has not yet made any comments regarding the FBI’s search in November of the Penn Biden Center offices. The White House had also not announced the discovery of the classified documents until it was first publicized by the media.
In the three weeks since the original news broke out, the White House has confirmed that several additional batches of classified documents were found in Biden’s Wilmington, Del., residence. The first discovery of documents in Biden’s home had occurred in December, followed by a couple more discoveries a few weeks later.
The White House has repeatedly noted that following the discovery of the documents the National Archives and Justice Department were notified promptly and the documents were handed over immediately. The Department of Justice is currently leading an investigation into this case.
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