The US Department of Justice is investigating classified documents found in President Biden’s private office in Washington late last year. These are documents from his time as Vice President. Very politically sensitive, says American reporter John Postma. Last year, the FBI raided former President Trump to retrieve classified documents.
Between 2017 and the start of his presidential campaign in 2020, Biden used the office infrequently, which documents — discovered by Biden’s lawyers — are still unknown. According to news channel CNN Some documents are designated ‘Top Secret’, meaning they contain sensitive information. It’s too sensitive, says American reporter John Postma.
“We all know what happened to Trump and is still going on, it’s become a big deal and could get Trump in big trouble.” However, Postma points out important differences between Biden’s case and Trump’s: ‘Trump had three hundred documents, kept them to himself, and he didn’t cooperate with the investigation. A dozen documents were found on Biden by his own lawyers. They openly say that they cooperate and cooperate.
Biden is on a state visit to Mexico, reporters questioned, but declined to comment. “He ignored those questions.” According to Postma, the political damage is already great. Despite the differences between the Trump case and the Biden case, Republicans are pushing to prosecute Biden. Trump, of course, is going wild on Biden on his own social media channel. According to Trump, the FBI should investigate Biden and the Chinese have already seen the documents. ‘You already feel which way this is going, the damage is already there.’
When is the FBI going to raid Joe Biden’s multiple homes, maybe even the White House? Those documents have certainly not been released,” Trump said Monday via his Truth social site, referring to a federal police search of his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.
Republicans in the House of Representatives are also critical. “President Biden has been critical of President Trump for accidentally taking classified documents home, and now he seems to have done the same,” Rep. House said.
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