Biden document FOIA case poised for Delaware Supreme Court review

 June 16, 2023

President Joe Biden continues to try to fly under the radar when it comes to his shady business dealings, classified document scandals, and multimillion dollar bribery schemes, but courts are making efforts to hold him accountable.

The Delaware Supreme Court is set to hear arguments this week regarding President Joe Biden's Senate records that were held at the University of Delaware.

"Judicial Watch, a government watchdog group, and Daily Caller News Foundation first sued the university under the state’s Freedom of Information Act in 2020 — before Biden became president and well before records were subject of a larger investigation by special counsel Robert Hur," Fox News reported.

"The FBI has twice searched the university as part of a larger probe into Biden’s possession of classified documents found at his home and office at the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Biden Center," according to Fox News.

In the wake of former President Donald Trump's recent indictment over classified documents, the case has greater significance.

"The sketchy secrecy on the Biden Senate records and his deal with the University of Delaware need to end," Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said. "And President Biden could end the dispute by simply releasing the details about his Senate records. What is Biden hiding?"

The University of Delaware's director of external relations Peter Bothum said, "President Biden donated his senatorial papers to the University of Delaware pursuant to an agreement that prohibits the university from providing public access to those papers until they have been properly processed and archived."

"The university is bound by, and will comply with, the agreement," Bothum continued. "Until the archival process is complete, and the collection is opened to the public, access is only available with President Biden’s express consent."