Investigators from the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) have found this Sunday more than half a dozen new documents, some of them classified, during the search at the residence of the president of the United States, Joe Biden, in Delaware, carried out this Friday.
After the inspection of the house of the Democratic leader, in Wilmington, which has lasted almost 13 hours, the authorities have found new documents, as communicated to the president’s personal lawyer Bob Bauer.
In said registry, writings belonging to the time of the Biden president in the Senate and also during the vice presidency have also been found.
These documents would be the last found after the records of the federal authorities, at the request of President Biden’s lawyers, and represent a further step in the investigations against the American leader, who stated that the previous findings, in his home and his former office, would ultimately be considered irrelevant.
For his part, Biden’s special advisor, Richard Sauber, has stated that the president “has promised to handle this responsibly because he takes it seriously” and that he and his team are “working quickly to ensure that the DOJ and special counsel have what they need to conduct a thorough review,” according to CNN.