Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me three times and it might be time to get the DOJ involved.
For the third time in one week, President Joe Biden’s team has discovered classified documents in his possession, this time unfathomably at his Delaware home.
President Joe Biden acknowledged on Thursday that a document with classified markings from his time as vice president was found in his “personal library” at his home in Wilmington, Delaware, along with other documents found in his garage, days after it was disclosed that sensitive documents were also found at the office of his former institute in Washington.
The first discovery came before the midterm elections, but the story never made it to the mainstream media until just days ago.
Biden told reporters at the White House that he is “cooperating fully and completely” with a Justice Department investigation into how classified information and government records were stored. He did not say when the latest series of documents were found, only that his lawyers’ review of potential storage locations was completed Wednesday night. Lawyers found the first set on Nov. 2, days before the midterm elections, but only publicly revealed that development on Monday.
The first two revelations were enough for many within the GOP to demand an investigation into Biden’s handling of these seriously consequential files, and learning that some were kept in his home will almost certainly amplify those calls.