New ‘secret documents’ found at Biden’s Delaware residence

A new set of “secret documents” has been found at US President Joe Biden’s residence in Delaware.

Richard Sauber, one of Biden’s advisers, said in a written statement on the subject that Biden’s lawyers were informed by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) after “confidential” documents were found in his office at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement in Washington on November 2, 2022. and that they are carrying out the process in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice.

Noting that lawyers later investigated Biden’s residences in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach in Delaware, Sauber said that his Delaware residence had “a small number of new classified documents” from his vice presidency between 2009 and 2017.

Sauber noted that these documents bearing the “confidential” phrase were among some of Biden’s personal and political documents. Stating that all but one of the documents were in a warehouse in the garage of Biden’s residence in Wilmington, Sauber stated that the other one-page document was found among materials stored in a room adjacent to the garage.


US Attorney General Merrick Garland announced that he has appointed Robert Hur as special prosecutor to investigate the matter after “confidential documents” were found in President Joe Biden’s personal office and residence.

Regarding the discovery of government “confidential documents” in Biden’s office at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement in Washington, as well as in the garage and library of his Delaware residence on November 2, 2022, Garland said that Illinois District Attorney John R. He made a press release with Lausch.

Garland said that on the evening of November 4, 2022, a Justice Department prosecutor contacted the Inspector General of the National Archives Office, saying that White House officials had found documents labeled “confidential” at the Penn Biden Center.

“This office in Washington DC was not authorized to keep confidential documents.” Using his statement, Garland noted that lawyers reported that the documents were secured in an archive facility.

Garland announced that the FBI also launched an investigation in accordance with legal protocols on November 9 to investigate the misuse of classified documents.


Noting that he appointed Prosecutor Lausch, whose experience he “trusts” upon the developments, to investigate the matter, Garland stated that on December 20, 2022, US President Biden’s special adviser stated that “confidential documents” were found in the garage of the President’s residence in Delaware this time.

Garland said the FBI went to Biden’s residence and secured the documents. On the other hand, Garland noted that Lausch informed him about the results of the first examination on January 5, and said:

“Based on Lausch’s initial investigations, I concluded that it would be in the public interest to appoint a special prosecutor on the matter, pursuant to special counsel arrangements.”

Garland also announced that Lausch will leave the job in February 2023 by moving to the private sector, expressing that Lausch and his team carried out the initial investigation quickly and professionally.

Stating that he subsequently appointed Prosecutor Robert Hur as the special prosecutor, the Minister of Justice said that Hur had a good career as a prosecutor, handling cases such as violent crimes and financial fraud, as well as national security and corruption in the past.

Garland underlined that the appointment in question was customarily made by the Ministry of Justice in accordance with the principles of independence and accountability in sensitive matters, and promised Special Prosecutor Hur that all relevant resources would be provided.


Richard Sauber, one of US President Joe Biden’s legal advisers, said he was confident that the special prosecutor appointed after “confidential documents” were found in the President’s office and residence would reveal that “confidential documents were inadvertently in the wrong place”.

In his written statement, Sauber stated that Biden took the issue “very seriously” and underlined that they cooperated with the relevant authorities as soon as “a small number of confidential documents” were found.

Noting that they are carrying out this process in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice, Sauber stated that they will also work jointly with the newly appointed Special Prosecutor Robert Hur.

“We are confident that a thorough investigation will prove that these documents were inadvertently misplaced and that the President and his lawyers acted immediately as soon as they realized the mistake,” Sauber said. he evaluated


Sauber said on January 9 that Biden’s personal office at the Penn Biden Center had some “few documents containing classified information” left over from his tenure as vice president on November 2, 2022.

Stating that the documents were in a “locked cupboard”, Sauber explained that as soon as the documents were found, Biden’s personal lawyers contacted the White House and state institutions related to national archives.

Biden said he was “surprised” when he heard that confidential documents were coming out of his office, saying that he had no knowledge of the contents of the documents.

Yesterday, “secret documents” were found in another office belonging to President Biden.

After FBI agents searched Trump’s Mar-a-Lago mansion in Palm Beach on August 8, 2022, President Biden said, “How could someone be so irresponsible?” had commented.

The Republicans increased their criticism against President Biden in the face of the discovery of confidential documents from Biden’s residence, who criticized Trump on this issue.

The Ministry of Justice continues its examination of the documents in question.

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