A team from the Justice Department conducted a 13-hour search of the president’s Wilmington residence on Friday.
Department of Justice (DOJ) officials found more documents with classified markings at President Biden’s Wilmington, Del., home during a Friday search, the president’s personal attorney said in a s…
FBI investigators on Friday found additional classified material while conducting a search of President Joe Biden's Wilmington, Delaware, home.
Representatives of both Biden’s personal legal team and the White House Counsel’s Office were present during the search.
President Joe Biden’s personal lawyer said the FBI searched the president's home in Delaware and located six items that contained documents with classified markings.
The Department of Justice said they found at least six additional documents after searching President Biden's home in Wilmington, Delaware, for 13 hours. The White House says the items were from Biden's time as vice president as well as a U.S. Senator. NBC News' Allie Raffa shares the latest.
Attorney General Merrick Garland and the White House have provided more details about the discovery of classified files associated with President Biden.
The DOJ found six more items with classification markings at Biden's Delaware residence on Friday, Biden's personal lawyer Bob Bauer said Saturday.
The Justice Department conducted a search of Joe Biden's Wilmington home on Friday and found even more documents with classified markings.
Last August, as President Joe Biden left the White House for another weekend at home in Wilmington, Delaware, he told reporters he was bringing his President's Daily Brief -- the highly classified intelligence memo that contains some of the US government's most closely held secrets.
The mountain of classified material flowing around the White House -- and other national security agencies and departments -- presents an inherent vulnerability no amount of finger-pointing or procedural reform will solve, writes Beth Sanner.
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