White House did not disclose FBI search of Penn Biden Center last November: reports
Multiple batches of documents marked as classified have been found in Biden's home and personal office.
The White House has reportedly failed to disclose the FBI searched the Penn Biden Center think tank offices in November 2022 after President Joe Biden's personal attorneys discovered documents marked as classified from his time as vice president earlier that month.
A warrant was not sought, and it is unclear whether the FBI found any additional classified documents during the search, sources familiar with the investigation told CBS and Fox News.
Biden's team cooperated with the FBI's inspection in November, but the event was not made public.
A timeline of events show the documents were discovered Nov. 2, 2022, and were then given to the National Archives, which on Nov. 4 informed the Justice Department.
An FBI sweep of Biden's Delaware home earlier this month revealed six new classified documents, Biden's personal attorney Bob Bauer said.
Multiple batches of documents marked as classified have been found in Biden's home and the think tank office, in Washington, D.C.
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