FBI searches Joe Biden’s beach house for secret documents
Investigative federal police in the United States did not find any irregularities, said the lawyer for the head of state
FBI searches for secret documents at Biden’s home
THE FBI – investigative federal police United Statess – this Wednesday, the 1st, searches were carried out at the US president’s beach house Joe Biden, in the resort town of Rehoboth, Delaware, looking for secret documents. However, no irregularities were found, informed the lawyer, the president. “No documents were found mentioning confidential information,” attorney Bob Bauer said in a statement after the operation was carried out this Wednesday morning, as he said, in “full cooperation” with the FBI. According to Bauer, “Today’s searches are another step in a thorough and timely Department of Justice process that we will continue to support and fully facilitate. We will have more information upon completion of today’s search.” Since November, a series of classified documents, the exact number and contents of which are unknown, have been found in an office occupied by Biden at a Washington think tank, as well as in his home in Wilmington. These documents date back to Biden’s time as vice president under Barack Obama (2009-2017) and his three decades in the Senate, during which he was extensively engaged in foreign policy. The Justice Department has appointed a special prosecutor to investigate these findings, which are embarrassing for the Democratic president because they evoke – despite many differences – a case of official files taken to Florida by his last predecessor, Republican Donald Trump.
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