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FBI Conducts Search at President Biden’s Rehoboth Beach Home as Part of Classified Documents Probe

The FBI conducted a search on Wednesday at President Joe Biden’s home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware as part of an ongoing investigation into the potential mishandling of classified documents. This search follows a 13-hour review of Biden’s Wilmington home on January 20th, where agents discovered additional classified documents and took possession of some of his handwritten notes. President Biden has been cooperating with the Justice Department and allowing investigators into his homes to determine how classified documents from his time as Vice President and Senator ended up in his home and office.

The investigation began after the discovery of classified documents at the Penn Biden Center, a think tank affiliated with an Ivy League school, on November 2nd. The FBI also searched the Penn Biden Center in November and documents were found at Biden’s Wilmington home by his personal lawyers after the initial discovery.

Biden’s lawyer, Bob Bauer, issued a statement saying that the search was part of a “thorough and timely DOJ process” that they fully support and will continue to facilitate. The investigation is being handled by special counsel Robert Hur, a former top federal prosecutor in Baltimore, who has taken over a months-long investigation already conducted by the FBI and Justice Department prosecutors.

The outcome of the search is not yet clear, and the Justice Department did not immediately comment on the matter. The Bidens purchased the Rehoboth Beach home in June 2017, overlooking a state park adjacent to the beach, after Biden left the Vice Presidency.

Jonathan James
I serve as a Senior Executive Journalist of The National Era
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