Report: DOJ Classified Docs Fears Unravel As Biden Admin Worries ‘Embarrassing Details’ Might Be Revealed Before Election

(L) U.S. President Joe Biden speaks at Biden 2024 Presidential Campaign Headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware, on February 3, 2024. (Photo: ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP via Getty Images)/ (R) U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland. (Photo by Carolyn Custer Pool/Getty Images)

OAN’s Brooke Mallory
2:26 PM – Monday, February 5, 2024

President Biden’s 2024 reelection campaign team is worried that a Justice Department investigation into the president’s retention of classified documents could reveal other “embarrassing details,” according to a recent report from a White House insider. He is concerned about one thing.


January 12thth, 2023, Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed Special Counsel Robert Hur to investigate the case. This came after the FBI searched Biden’s Delaware home and Washington, D.C., office for classified documents.

Nevertheless, Biden’s lawyers and FBI agents eventually discovered numerous classified documents allegedly hidden in the current president’s property.

More than a year later, the Biden campaign has reported that it believes Mr. Xu’s investigative team will submit a final report on the search for classified materials as early as this week. Axios. The report may contain details and images that could make the president’s re-election “much more difficult.”

November least a dozen classified files, including those related to Iran, Britain and Ukraine, were exposed by Mr. Biden’s lawyers at the Penn Biden Center, a think tank firm in the nation’s capital.

The results of the survey were not made public until after Democrats performed better than expected in the midterm elections. In December of that year, more intelligence documents were discovered by Biden’s personal lawyer in the garage and library of the presidential residence in Wilmington, Delaware.

From November 2022 to February 2023, the FBI searched Biden’s Rehoboth Beach home and office, as well as other notable Biden hotspots, to find more sensitive documents.

Photos previously discovered on Hunter Biden’s discarded laptop show that his eldest son Hunter had no internet access on the day he sent a text threat to a Chinese employee who had called on his father to close a seven-figure business deal. He revealed a photo that supposedly proves that he was. The top secret file was stored next to his father’s 1967 Corvette Stingray.

Hunter also took a photo of a package that read “Important Documents.” [sic] + Photo” was posted earlier that year.

Although there is uncertainty about its contents, some sources suggest the Democratic president may have sought to save the information for his 2017 memoir. Promise me, Dad.

Mr. Biden, 81, dismissed the dispute as a dispute over “lost documents,” claiming the documents were kept in a “locked garage” and that he was “cooperating as much as possible” with Mr. Xu’s investigation. Ta.

The Democratic president participated in a “voluntary” interrogation in October, and his son was also questioned the following month, apparently as part of an investigation involving more than 100 witnesses.

House Republicans are currently investigating Biden’s impeachment in order to gather evidence that Joe Biden abused his position as vice president or directly benefited from Hunter’s efforts to spread foreign influence. .

Interviews with Hunter and his eldest brother, James Biden, are scheduled for later this month by the House Oversight Committee. These talks are expected to yield further insight into the extent of the first family’s and their associates’ foreign business ventures, which brought in at least $17 million during and immediately after Joe’s tenure in the Obama administration.

In June 2023, Special Counsel Jack Smith alleged that former President Donald Trump had kept classified documents in his Mar-a-Lago home after leaving office in January 2021, and requested access to them. Former President Donald Trump was indicted on charges of lying to federal officials. Trump, 77, is accused by Smith of 40 counts of concealing U.S. intelligence documents, some of which were designated “top secret” by his own lawyers.

Throughout early 2022, the former president was asked to return hundreds of documents to the National Archives, which then forwarded the case to the Justice Department.

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