January 17, 2023

Trey Gowdy Claims Biden's Classified Documents Case Is Political Rather Than Legal

Fox News host Trey Gowdy sounded off on the media's double standard over the differences in the treatment of classified documents in President Joe Biden's and former President Donald Trump's homes.

Gowdy shared the difference during his Fox News program "Sunday Night in America."

Biden's classified documents were from his time as vice president under then-President Barack Obama. They were held for numerous years in multiple locations.

The first documents were also found in Biden's Penn Center office, a location funded by many international donors, including significant Chinese influence.

Gowdy also interviewed Rep. James Comer (R-KY), chairman of the Oversight Committee, as they discussed a variety of investigations that Republicans are launching against the Biden administration.

The investigations involved Hunter Biden, the origins of COVID-19 and the ongoing border crisis.

Comer has also been among leaders calling for visitor logs of Biden's Delaware home as part of the investigation of the president's classified materials.

A special counsel was appointed on Thursday to investigate the classified documents. Little is known regarding the contents of the documents or how they were moved to Biden's office and home.

Gowdy's focus on the differences between classified documents with Biden and Trump also reveals the bias from the media and the left.

Trump's discovery of classified documents was highly covered with strong accusations made by the left. Biden has largely been treated with indifference, despite the documents being discovered while he is a sitting president.

Source: Fox News

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