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National Archives said reports have mishandled Obama era docks were misleading weeks before discovery three weeks before classified documents were discovered at the Biden Penn Center the National Archives and Records Administration Nara said it had custody of the presidential records from the Obama Administration and that reports.

Claiming otherwise were misleading Nara the federal agency that preserves government records issued the statement October 11 and said it had all the presidential records from the administrations of George W bush Bill Clinton George H.W bush and Ronald Reagan as well reports that indicate or imply that.

Those presidential records were in the possession of the former presidents or their representatives after they left office or that the records were housed in substandard c onditions are false and misleading the statement read CBS issued a report January 10 revealing that President Joe Biden's lawyers discovered classified documents from the.

Obama era at the Penn Biden Center a think tank where Biden had an office on November 2nd screenshot Twitter Joe Biden Biden's special counsel Richard Sauber told CBS that the president's lawyers notified Nara of the documents the same day and that they later took possession of the documents.

More classified documents were discovered at Biden's personal residence in Delaware on December 20th following the search by Biden's lawyers on Wednesday and Thursday additional documents were found at the Delaware house the White House has refused to say why the administration waited months to come.

Forward about the documents with White House Press Secretary Kareem Jean-Pierre claiming that there's an ongoing process the White House also said that there are no visitor logs of who met with Biden at the Delaware house and a document from Hunter Biden's laptop appears to show that the first son paid his father nearly fifty thousand dollars per month.

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