FBI Raid University of Delaware Twice To Probe Biden’s Manhandling of Classified Documents

The FBI raided the University of Delaware twice in recent weeks while probing President Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified documents, but didn’t find any secret papers. 

A source familiar with the investigation told CNN that agents and investigations carried out two searches on two separate days at the college in Biden’s home state.

No classified material was found, the Wall Street Journal later reported. 

Separate batches of materials retrieved from the university were taken from at least two different locations at the school and are now being reviewed by the FBI. 

DailyMail.com revealed earlier this month that the business partner of the president’s son Hunter Biden was tasked with moving archives to the university in 2010. The documents Eric Schwerin was moving were sensitive enough to require the involvement of White House lawyers.

The latest search comes after it was revealed at least 16 documents with classified markings were found at Biden’s Washington, D.C. think tank and his home in Wilmington, Delaware.

Biden’s legal team cooperated and consented to the searches, according to the source. They were both conducted in recent weeks as the documents scandal heats up.

Documents with classified markings were found at the homes of Biden, former President Donald Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence within the last several months – leading to concerns over how executives handle this sensitive material after they leave office.

Materials taken from the university by the FBI include an archive of materials from Biden’s time in the U.S. Senate and documents sent to the university in recent years.

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