What is the FBI Trying to Uncover About Joe Biden? University of Delaware Raid Yields Surprising Results

Recent reports suggest that the FBI has conducted two searches at the University of Delaware in cooperation with President Joe Biden’s legal team as part of the Justice Department’s investigation into the President’s possession and handling of classified documents during his time as a senator and vice president.

The materials found during these searches did not have any classified markings, but the FBI is currently reviewing them. The searches examined an archive of materials from Biden’s time in the US Senate and documents that he sent to the university in recent years.

The University of Delaware’s library houses an extensive collection of papers from Biden’s time in the Senate, according to its website. The searches conducted by the FBI had not been previously disclosed.

This latest development comes in the wake of growing controversy surrounding Biden’s possession of classified documents. Former President Donald Trump was also the subject of an FBI raid in August for possessing classified documents, but he had reportedly been working with the National Archives for months to potentially return them.

Trump responded to revelations that Biden was also found to be in possession of classified documents in January, stating on his Truth Social platform that he did nothing wrong and had the right as President to “declassify” documents.

He added that he put an extra lock on the documents at the request of the “radical left NARA” and was dealing with NARA nicely until the FBI broke into Mar-a-Lago.

Trump compared the security of Mar-a-Lago to the flimsy garage in Biden’s Wilmington, Del., home where more documents were discovered last month.

White House special counsel Richard Sauber released a statement after the discovery was reported in the media, stating that Biden’s personal attorneys had followed a process coordinated with the Archives and the Department of Justice to review documents at the Penn Biden Center and the President’s Delaware residences.

Sauber added that the President’s personal attorneys conducting the searches did not have active security clearances, so if they identified a document with a classified marking, they stopped and did not review it. They suspended any further search in that box, file or other specific space where the document was found, as appropriate.

Biden’s personal attorney with a security clearance transferred the document discovered in Wilmington to the DOJ officials who accompanied them. Five additional pages with classification markings were discovered among the material with it, for a total of six pages. The DOJ officials with the attorney immediately took possession of them.

The Justice Department has not announced the discovery of these documents, but they are part of an ongoing investigation into the President’s possession and handling of classified materials.