Biden document probe is nowhere close to completion

 June 13, 2023

Former President Donald Trump's recent federal indictment came after a year-long probe into his documents retention matter, but the investigation into President Joe Biden's own handling of classified materials is reportedly not even close to being finished.

"Just a day after the November 8 midterm elections, the Justice Department quietly opened an investigation 'to understand whether classified information had been mishandled in violation of federal law' over Biden's alleged misdeeds," reported the Daily Mail.

Biden's personal attorneys found classified documents, reportedly 10 of them, at the Penn Biden Center, a Washington D.C. think tank.

Biden previously had an office in the think tank office.

The president and his team continue to insist that they have been transparent with investigators.

Biden brushes off reporters when asked about the matter, sometimes ignoring their questions altogether.

"A source close to Biden's team said that there was 'no way around it' when it comes the president having to be interviewed as part of the investigation. It will likely be one of the final interviews given," reported the Mail.

Biden's entire administration and legal team, including a spokesperson for special counsel Robert Hur have all declined comment.

Hur was appointed to serve as special counsel on the investigation into the documents found in Biden's Wilmington, Delaware home, which date back to his time as vice president, which was years ago, but still, there's no promise of any kind of answer in the near future.

Somehow, the special counsel in Trump's case, however, has found time to make sure the indictment happens smack in the middle of Trump's 2024 campaign.