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  • Writer's pictureLucas Nava

Holbrook: 'Do you believe President Biden should be investigated?'

"Media Reports: More classified documents found in Biden's Delaware garage, White House reveals," Halbrook wrote. "White House lawyers say they immediately contacted the DOJ. Do you believe Pres. Biden should be investigated?

He posted a link to a survey, titled "Garagegate 2023," that asked respondents "Do you think President Biden should be investigated?" The survey also asked respondents to provide their full addresses, emails, and phone numbers, and also gave them the ability to opt-in to email updates and volunteer opportunities.

According to CNN, the White House said that documents taken by President Biden after he left his position as Barack Obama's Vice President have been found on four separate dates: Nov. 2, Dec. 20, Jan. 12, and Jan. 14. On Nov. 2, Biden's personal attorneys discovered Obama-Biden administration records at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C. The lawyers notified the National Archives on Nov. 3, and on Nov. 4 the National Archives Inspector General informed the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) of the documents and their status. The DOJ and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) then began to jointly assess the documents to determine whether or not they were classified and/or mishandled. Between Jan. 9 and 12, the White House counsel's office confirmed that multiple documents labeled as "classified" had been found in both Biden's private office and his home.

CNBC reported that, according to the White House, Biden is fully cooperating with the investigation.

"It's important to really understand the distinction here: President Biden is committed to doing the responsible thing and acting appropriately," said White House counsel's office spokesman Ian Sams. "His team acted promptly to disclose information to the proper authorities and is cooperating fully."

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