I am so glad he is having problems ....... i do not like him .....on any level at all i think he is crooked as fuck ......not only that......i just plain hate him ......... for his mumbling........ stupidity ......and he was in politics for 40 years......... and did nothing exceptional..... him and that old slag .....but the masses of stupid voted for an idiot........ ......they are afraid ...weak .........and do not know any better educationally............so this is the result of what has happened a govt run by donkies .........
On Thursday morning, White House Counsel's Office spokesperson Ian Sams confirmed overnight reports that a "small number" of documents "with classified markings" had been found at President Joe Biden's Wilmington, Delaware, home. "All but one of these documents were found in a storage space in the president's Willmington residence garage," Sams wrote in a brief press release. "One document consisting of one page was discovered among stored materials in an adjacent room."
The revelation that Biden may have improperly stored classified material has understandably been compared to former President Donald Trump's ongoing legal battle with the Justice Department over the tranche of documents — some of which are alleged to have contained deeply sensitive information about Iranian nuclear materials and China-focused intelligence operations — taken from his Mar-a-Lago property in a court-approved FBI search this past summer. But while details about both Trump and Biden's document troubles are still forthcoming due to the sensitive nature of each case, as well as the relative newness of the current president's circumstances, there are some key differences to keep in mind when comparing the two incidents. Here's everything you need to know:
What do we know about the Biden documents?
The discovery of these as-of-yet unspecified documents, stemming from Biden's time as Barack Obama's vice president, comes just days after the White House announced that similarly marked documents had been found in a locked closet at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, where the president had worked between 2017 and 2019.
Speaking with the White House press later that morning, Biden confirmed that the documents had indeed been found in his "personal library" and stressed that he was "cooperating fully and completely" with the Justice Department's investigation into any potential mishandling of his vice presidential paperwork.