Differences in the Trump, Biden classified document discoveries
Biden's lawyers discovered what they called a small number of classified documents in an office Biden had used between his time serving as vice president and president. The documents were turned over the next day to the National Archives, and the White House said it is cooperating with the Department of Justice as it conducts a review of the documents. The news quickly drew comparisons to former President Trump, who has been in hot water over his potential mishandling of classified materials. But there are key differences between the two cases, which many Biden allies swiftly pointed out.
Published 5 months ago · Washington, United States
The key difference between Biden and Trump’s classified papers
News analysis: How President Biden’s attorneys reacted to discovering documents with classification markings in a locked office once used by the president will go a long way toward keeping the Department of Justice off his back
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Biden and Trump both have classified document problems. Here's how the cases differ
The revelation that lawyers for President Joe Biden have located classified documents in a locked closet is an unexpected wrinkle for a Justice Department already investigating Donald Trump over his retention of top secret documents. But there are significant differences between the cases at this point.
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