US leader Biden’s internal document scandal continues. Richard Sauber, one of Biden’s advisers, released a statement summarizing the process on documents that have emerged since Wednesday at the President’s Biden Diplomatic Center and residence in Delaware.
Stating that he followed a coordinated process with the National Archives and the Ministry of Justice to examine the documents labeled “confidential” seized in both places, Sauber said that he went to the President’s residence on Thursday to retrieve a secret document seized from Biden’s residence in Wilmington and accompanied him. He noted that he and the Ministry of Justice officials found 5 more documents labeled “confidential” in the middle of the documents there.
Sauber shared the information that the documents were handed over to Ministry of Justice officials there.
Biden’s Counsel said in his statement that the White House will cooperate with the special counsel appointed by the Minister of Justice.
Criticism increased due to “secret documents”
Richard Sauber, one of Biden’s advisers, said on January 9 that Biden’s personal office at the Penn Biden Center had “few documents containing classified information” left over from his vice-leadership mission on November 2, 2022.
Stating that the documents were in a “locked cupboard”, Sauber announced that as soon as the documents were found, Biden’s personal lawyers contacted the White House and state institutions related to national archives.
Biden stated that he was “surprised” when he heard that closed documents came out of his office and that he had no knowledge of the contents of the documents.
President Biden said, “How could someone be so irresponsible,” after FBI spies found implied documents during a search of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago mansion in Palm Beach on August 8, 2022. had commented.
In the face of implicit documents coming out of Biden’s residence, who criticized Trump on this issue, the Republicans increased their criticism against Leader Biden.
The Ministry of Justice appointed a specially authorized prosecutor to examine the documents in question.