President Biden faces mounting questions, after classified documents are discovered at his Delaware home and a private office.
Could this discovery tarnish his presidency and sideline his agenda?
This week, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland named a special counsel to lead the investigation into how classified documents tied to President Biden ended up at his Delaware home and a private office he used after his vice presidency. The first batch of classified documents was discovered in November, but only came to light this week.
Joining the discussion:
- Eleanor Clift is a political columnist with The Daily Beast.
- Rafael Bernal is a Staff writer with the political newspaper, “The Hill.”
- Art Estopinan is the President of the Estopinan Group, a political consultancy.
- Bill Crane is a Political analyst and Columnist.
There are clear distinctions between the two classified documents cases involving President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump https://t.co/QmIE2flpov pic.twitter.com/697PtaYoM0
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Four unanswered questions about the Biden classified documents https://t.co/igTu1xVST7
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