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Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed attorney Robert Hur to take over a Department of Justice inquiry into the handling of batches of classified documents found at President Joe Biden’s private D.C. office and Wilmington, Delaware, home.
Garland announced his decision to appoint Hur at a press conference on Thursday, one day after news broke of a second batch of classified documents found stashed in the garage and an adjoining room of Biden’s Wilmington home. The first stash consisting of 10 documents was reported earlier this week after being found by a personal attorney of the president in Biden’s office at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C.
“I will conduct the assigned investigation with fair, impartial, and dispassionate judgment. I intend to follow the facts swiftly and thoroughly, without fear or favor, and will honor the trust placed in me to perform this service,” Hur said in a statement Thursday.
Garland tapped Hur on the recommendation …
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