Justice Department Probes Classified Documents Found in Biden’s Personal Office

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The Justice Department is investigating classified documents discovered at President Joe Biden’s office at the University of Pennsylvania.

Biden’s attorneys found “a small number” of classified documents at the university in early November, the White House said Monday. According to CNN, the documents include intelligence memos related to Ukraine, Iran, and the United Kingdom. The White House said the records, which date from Biden’s stint as vice president, were discovered in a locked closet at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, which Biden formed in 2017.

While the White House tried to downplay the discovery, Republicans are asking the Justice Department to shed more light on the probe, especially in light of the special counsel investigation into former president Donald Trump’s handling of classified documents at his residence in Florida.

“President Biden has stated that taking classified documents from the White House is ‘irresponsible,'” …

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