‘Secret Documents’ Found in Biden’s Former Personal Office
State “confidential documents” from his time as vice president have been found in the former personal office of US President Joe Biden. The Ministry of Justice announced that it is examining the documents. Biden criticized the release of classified documents from the home of former US President Trump, calling it irresponsible.
Richard Sauber, one of Biden’s advisers, noted that in Biden’s personal office at the Penn Biden Center, which he co-founded, there were “few documents containing classified information” from his tenure as vice president from 2009 to 2017.
MINISTRY STARTED A REVIEW
Sauber said the documents were found in a “locked cabinet” on November 2, 2022. As soon as the documents were found, Biden’s personal lawyers contacted the White House and state national archives agencies. White House officials announced that the Department of Justice is examining the documents in question.
BIDEN CHARGED WITH TRUMP
On the other hand, Republican Party members reacted to the release of confidential documents from Biden’s office, which criticized the secret documents released from former US President Donald Trump’s house in Florida. Speaking to CNN television, Republican politician James Comer said it was ironic that the classified documents came out of Biden’s personal office.
“HE MAY HAVE DONE THE SAME”
“President Biden was very critical of (former) President Trump’s mistakenly taking classified documents to his home or elsewhere, and now it looks like he may have done the same,” Comer said. On the other hand, after FBI agents searched Trump’s Mar-a-Lago mansion in Palm Beach on August 8 and found classified documents, Biden said, “How can someone be so irresponsible?” had commented.