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Four Mysteries Wrapped in a Biden-shaped Enigma: Unanswered Questions about Classified Documents

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Pressure is growing on President Joe Biden to provide more information about the classified documents that were discovered at his Delaware home and a Washington office he once used. An independent lawyer, or special counsel, has been appointed by the justice department to investigate whether these papers were mishandled. However, there are still many unanswered questions about these files.

Firstly, it is unclear what exactly the documents contain. President Biden has stated that he does not know what’s in the recovered papers. However, some details have started to emerge. Sources have told CNN and the New York Times that the first set of 10 classified documents included briefing materials on foreign countries, such as Ukraine, Iran, and the United Kingdom, from President Biden’s time as Vice President. Additionally, CNN has reported that some of the documents were labeled as top secret, the highest level of classification.

Secondly, it is not clear who had access to these files. The General Services Administration, the body responsible for the transition of power in the White House, is in charge of getting the new president and vice-president in and getting the departing ones and their files out. However, it is still unclear who may have handled these files in the seven years since President Biden ended his tenure as Vice President.

Thirdly, questions have been raised about why there was a delay in announcing the discovery of these documents. The White House has stated that President Biden’s lawyers first found the classified documents on November 2nd, one week before the midterm elections. However, it wasn’t until this month that the discovery of these documents was made public, leading to accusations that it had been deliberately kept quiet ahead of the midterms.

In conclusion, there are still many unanswered questions about the classified documents that were discovered at President Biden’s Delaware home and Washington office. The appointed special counsel is expected to provide more information about the contents of these files and who had access to them. Additionally, questions have been raised about why there was a delay in announcing the discovery of these document

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