What we know about potentially classified documents found in Biden’s former office


Mark Zeid:

Except for the very beginning of the disclosure or disclosure, and even then, it’s really different because the US government would have to go after President Trump rather than President Biden’s lawyers and lawyers providing information to the US government. This is the National Archives of the event.

They are incredibly different. Now look, from a legal perspective, every time classified information is found, it shouldn’t be there, that’s important. And apparently it contained highly classified information and there will be a very important investigation of the former Trump — the Trump-appointed US attorney, who is one of two people left to look into it.

According to the information in the press, the case is almost over. But the situation is different. Immediately, as you mentioned, President Biden’s lawyers notified the White House, which notified the National Archives, and they immediately obtained the documents.

Now let’s see where the facts lead. But in the case of Mar-a-Lago, there have been repeated efforts over nearly a year and a half to get Donald Trump to hand over those documents. This was only after several attempts to recover them and the execution of a search warrant because the administration was falsely informed to recover it.

And now there is concrete evidence that Donald Trump himself was hiding and obstructing the investigation. Very, very different facts, at least from what we know so far.


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