Joe Biden has insisted that he has “no regrets” and that there is “nothing there” as he continues to face the heat over misplaced classified documents. Speaking to reporters, Mr. Biden said that the documents were “filed in the wrong place” and that his officials “immediately” turned them over to the Archives and Justice Department.
He insisted that his administration was “fully cooperating” with the Department of Justice investigation and was “looking forward” to the matter being resolved.
He said: “We found a handful of documents that were filed in the wrong place.
“We immediately turned them over to the Archives and Justice Department.
“We are fully cooperating and looking forward to getting this resolved quickly.
By mid-November John Lausch, a Trump-appointed US Attorney in Chicago was appointed to oversee a review of the misplaced documents.
On December 20, Mr Lausch was informed by Mr Biden’s personal counsel Robert Bauer that more documents had been found in the garage of the President’s private home in Wilmington, Delaware.
On January 11, Mr. Biden’s personal attorneys searched his homes in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach and found one classified document at his Wilmington residence.