Six more confidential documents were found during searches of the home of President Biden of the United States of America.

Biden’s personal attorney, Bob Bauer, said in a written statement that FBI agents ransacked Biden’s home in Willmington on Friday.

The statement stated that during the search, which lasted about 13 hours, 6 confidential documents belonging to the Senate and Vice Presidential periods of Biden were found.

While the new documents were seized for detailed study by Justice Department officials, Biden was said to have voluntarily given permission for his home to be searched.

The statement also reported that President Biden and his wife, Jill Biden, were not at home over the weekend at the time of the search.

Confidential documents from Biden’s office and home

Richard Sauber, one of Biden’s advisers, said Jan. 9 that Biden’s personal office at the Pennsylvania Biden Center had “several documents containing classified information” since his tenure as vice president on Nov. 2, 2022.

Stating that the documents were in a “locked cabinet,” Sauber said that once the documents were discovered, Biden’s personal lawyers contacted the White House and government agencies involved in the national archives.

Biden said he was “surprised” when he heard confidential documents coming out of his office, noting that he knew nothing about the contents of the documents.

The Ministry of Justice appointed a specially authorized prosecutor to study the documents under consideration.

Prior to Biden, the country had long discussed the discovery of classified documents when, on August 8, 2022, FBI agents searched Trump’s Mar-a-Lago mansion in Palm Beach. Biden said, “How can someone be so irresponsible?” He criticized Trump.

Republicans are now criticizing Biden after classified documents surfaced for a while at Biden’s office and home.

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