The FBI has conducted multiple searches of President Joe Biden’s home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. This is the second time the agents have conducted a search of the property, with the first being on January 20th. The purpose of the search is to look for additional classified documents, according to a statement from the President’s attorney Bob Bauer.
The search was conducted without a warrant, but Biden has consented to the investigation. This is not the first time the FBI has searched Biden’s home, as they had also conducted a search on December 20th, January 11th, and January 12th. During the first search, the Justice Department spent over 12 hours looking through Biden’s belongings and took six items consisting of documents with classification markings and surrounding materials.
In addition to searching Biden’s home, the FBI also searched the Penn Biden Center in mid-November. This was done with the consent of Biden’s team and no search warrant was sought. It is currently unknown if any documents were recovered during this search.
The FBI searches are part of a thorough and timely process that Biden is fully supporting and facilitating. Bauer stated that there will be more information available at the conclusion of today’s search.
The FBI searches of President Joe Biden’s home and the Penn Biden Center are part of an ongoing investigation into classified documents. Biden is cooperating with the Justice Department and is supporting their process. The results of today’s search will be released soon, and it is possible that more documents will be recovered.
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