Biden's Interrogation in the Context of the Investigation into Classified Documents


The White House confirmed that a "voluntary interview" was conducted on Sunday and Monday as part of the investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Hoar. 

Yesterday, the White House announced that President Joe Biden underwent a voluntary interrogation as part of the ongoing investigation into his handling of classified official documents found in his former residence and office.

The U.S. Presidency stated in a release, "The interview with the President was conducted within the framework of the investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Hoar," noting that the voluntary interview took place at the White House on Sunday and Monday.

At the end of 2022, a series of classified official documents were discovered in Biden's former office at a research center in Washington and in his residence in Wilmington, Delaware. The exact number and content of these documents remain unknown.

These documents date back to the era of former President Barack Obama when Biden served as Vice President (2009-2017), and before that, to the three terms Biden spent as a senator, during which he was heavily involved in foreign policy. The discovery of these documents has put the White House in an awkward position, as they serve as a reminder, despite the many differences, of the case of classified official documents that former Republican President Donald Trump transferred in large quantities to his residence in Florida.

U.S. law requires presidents and their deputies to transfer all their official documents, correspondences, and other memoranda to the National Archives.

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