Biden executive assistant - who helped pack up his VP office - and other aides ... trends now

Biden executive assistant - who helped pack up his VP office - and other aides ... trends now
Biden executive assistant - who helped pack up his VP office - and other aides ... trends now

Biden executive assistant - who helped pack up his VP office - and other aides ... trends now

Biden's executive assistant - who helped pack up his vice presidential office and now works for the Pentagon - is among multiple aides who have ALREADY been interviewed by federal investigators in the classified documents probe AG Merrick Garland named Robert Hur special counsel Thursday White House says it has been 'transparent' and is cooperating  Kathy Chung helped pack up VP's office, NBC reported 'Multiple aides' have been interviewed about how classified docs left WH White House said today 'small number' of docs found in Wilmington home 

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President Biden's former executive assistant from when he was vice president is among 'multiple' aides who have already been interviewed by law enforcement in a probe of how classified documents ended up at his home and and office.

Kathy Chung, Biden's former administrative assistant in the Vice President's office in 2016, has spoken to authorities in the ongoing probe – which as of Thursday is being overseen by new special counsel Robert Hur.

She is among 'multiple aides' who have already been interviewed, NBC reported

The news of the progress in the probe comes shortly after AG Merrick Garland announced he was naming Hur special counsel, after footage from a Biden presidential campaign ad showed him backing his classic Corvette into the garage where he said material marked classified was found.

Chung has been identified as helping box up material in the final days Biden was in office. It would be years before it was discovered that a 'small number' of documents marked classified were discovered at Biden's Wilmington home, after some were found at the Penn Biden office he maintained in Washington.

The former executive assistant to President Biden, Kathy Chung, is among those who have already been interviewed in the probe of classified documents found at his home and an office he used

The former executive assistant to President Biden,

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