January 26, 2023

National Archives Remains Silent Over Handling of Biden Classified Docs

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has stayed quiet since the news of President Joe Biden's classified documents emerged earlier this month, marking a strong contrast with its handling of similar materials from former President Donald Trump.

The NARA is the organization responsible for the caretaking of all presidential records.

"[I]t appears the National Archives has fallen quite short of its mission following the revelation that Biden had classified documents from his tenure as vice president and as senator in various locations in his Wilmington, Delaware home including his garage and his Penn Biden Center think tank," Fox News reported.

"The records, which reportedly include at least 25-30 documents marked classified, were found in five separate disclosures since Nov. 2, the week prior to the November midterms, and were in Biden's possession anywhere between a minimum of six years when he left the vice presidency and at least 14 years when he first left the Senate," it added.

House Committee on Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer (R-KY) blasted the NARA for failing to meet its deadline to report on the president's classified materials.

"The National Archives has not produced the requested documents to the Committee at this time," a committee spokesperson told Axios.

"Chairman Comer's request still stands and anticipates moving forward with a transcribed interview with NARA's general counsel soon," it added.

In addition to Biden's materials, classified documents were found by lawyers in Vice President Mike Pence's Indiana home.

The former Trump vice president initiated the search following the findings in Biden's Delaware home and Penn Center office.

The NARA has a high workload to address now but has been silent over the findings of the president's materials.

Source: Fox News


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