According to him, “a comprehensive search of the president’s house” lasted more than 12 hours and was completed the day before, writes RIA Novosti. All rooms were inspected. The search was attended by Biden’s lawyers and White House representatives, Bauer said.
As a result of the search, the Ministry of Justice took six classified documents. Some of them refer to the time of the head of state in the Senate, and the other part, to the period of Biden’s vice presidency.
Let us remember that last week it was learned that five more new secret documents were found in Biden’s private home in the town of Wilmington. Before that, it became known that in Biden’s office at the Penn Biden Center, the president’s confidants found about ten secret documents, and then another batch of secret documents was found in the president’s garage.
Biden himself, commenting on the situation with secret documents, used the phrase of the writer Gertrude Stein to explain how frivolous he is about it. “I think they will understand that there is nothing there. There is not even anything there,” the owner of the White House told reporters.
Meanwhile, according to NBC television, the Biden administration is in the throes of a “public relations nightmare” over the secret documents scandal. Biden is said to have grown increasingly frustrated with his administration’s response to the unfolding scandal, especially with regard to failed attempts to put him at his best and draw the contrast between himself and former President Donald Trump.