FBI agents conducted a Joe Biden’s beach house search in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, as part of the investigation into classified documents “with the full support and collaboration of the President“. This was announced by the president’s personal lawyer, Bob Bauer, reporting that the men of the FBI they found no classified documents during the search.
On January 20, however, the feds had arrived at Biden’s house in Wilmington, where several groups of classified documents had been found.
FBI agents also had raided the Penn Biden Center in mid-November after Biden’s lawyers earlier this month found classified material stored in a locked cabinet in an office he used after leaving the vice presidency. The new search takes place on the day the Justice Department announced that Robert Hur, the special prosecutor in charge of the investigation, has formally assumed office.
“In accordance with standard Justice Department procedures, in the interest of the security and integrity of the operation, this search was conducted without public notice and we have agreed to cooperate,” Bauer added, calling today’s action “a further step of a thorough and timely process by the department that we will continue to fully support and facilitate”.