March 24th , 2023


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According to the president's attorney, the FBI investigated President Joe Biden's house in Wilmington, Delaware, on Friday and discovered additional documents marked as confidential as well as taking some of his handwritten notes into their possession.

The FBI entered the president's residence of his own will, but the fact that a search warrant was not obtained did not lessen the search's unusual character. The president's attorneys revealed on January 12 that they had discovered a "small number" of classified records at a former office at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C., just before the midterm elections. This embarrassed Biden, and it made matters worse. Attorneys later discovered six classified documents from Biden's stint as vice president in his Wilmington home library. 

Although Biden has insisted that "there's no there there," the revelations have become a political problem as he gets ready to run for reelection and they undermine his attempts to present the American people with a picture of decorum following the turbulent

According to Bob Bauer, the president's personal attorney, the FBI removed six items from the almost 13-hour-long search on Friday that contained documents marked as being classified. The objects were from Biden's time in the Senate and his time as vice president, while the notes were from that period, he claimed. While the Justice Department evaluates the materials, it is not yet apparent what level of classification there was or whether the documents that the FBI deleted were still secret.

Joseph Fitzpatrick, an assistant US attorney, revealed on Saturday that the FBI had carried out "a planned, agreed search" of the president's home in Wilmington. 

When the house was searched, neither the president nor the first lady, Jill Biden, were there. They were staying at their residence in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, for the weekend. 

The vice president said he was "totally cooperating and looking forward to getting this resolved fast" while speaking to reporters on a trip to California on Thursday.