White House braces for bombshell report into Biden's mishandling of classified ... trends now

White House braces for bombshell report into Biden's mishandling of classified ... trends now
White House braces for bombshell report into Biden's mishandling of classified ... trends now

White House braces for bombshell report into Biden's mishandling of classified ... trends now

The White House is bracing for the special counsel's report on Joe Biden's mishandling of classified documents, fearing it could contain details and photos that would embarrass the president.

The report by special counsel Robert Hur will be made public in the coming days after a year-long investigation. Biden will not face criminal charges, the Washington Post reported. 

However, it's unclear to what extent the report will criticize the president and his aides regarding their handling of classified material that was found in the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C. and in his garage at his Wilmington, Del., home.

Aides fear Hur could slam Biden for sloppiness and other mistakes and that the report could have embarrassing photos of where Biden kept the documents. Some were found in the Wilmington, Del, garage where he kept his beloved Corvette.

White House fears there could be embarrassing photos and details from the special counsel's report on President Joe Biden's handling of classified documents

White House fears there could be embarrassing photos and details from the special counsel's report on President Joe Biden's handling of classified documents

In all, about 25 documents marked classified were found in locations associated with Biden. 

Donald Trump, who faces federal charges over his handling of classified documents, is likely to turn the findings into a political issue, charging the Justice Department with targeting him while letting Biden off.

In late 2022, Biden’s lawyers immediately notified the National Archives and Records Administration when they discovered a cache classified documents while they were closing the Penn Biden Center.

They have cooperated with the Justice Department and allowed the FBI to search the office and Biden's two homes in Delaware. 

Trump, in contrast, resisted requests from the Archives to turn over material from his presidency that he took with him to his Mar-a-Lago home. The FBI conducted a raid on the property in August 2022.

The former president was indicted on 37 charges in June over having materials in his possession that date to his presidency. Under the Presidential Records Act, all records of a president are the property of the federal government and belong to the National Archives.

Trump kept the files -- which included records from the Pentagon, CIA and National Security Agency -- unsecured at his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida and thwarted official efforts to retrieve them, according to the indictment.

He is scheduled to go on trial in Florida in May. He has pled not guilty.

Documents were found in the president's Wilmington, Delaware garage on December 20, 2022 and in his home library on January 12, 2023

Documents were found in the president's Wilmington, Delaware garage on December 20, 2022 and in his home library on January 12, 2023

In January 2023 Biden was asked how he could have classified materials 'next to your Corvette.' He shot back: 'By the way, my Corvette's in a locked garage, OK?'

 In January 2023 Biden was asked how he could have classified materials 'next to your Corvette.' He shot back: 'By the way, my Corvette's in a locked garage, OK?'

Pictures of the entrance to President Joe Biden's lake front home in Wilmington, Delaware

Pictures of the entrance to President Joe Biden's lake front home in Wilmington, Delaware

Donald Trump is expected to seize on the special counsel's report as a political issue

Donald Trump is expected to seize on the special counsel's report as a political issue

Hur, a former U.S. attorney nominated by Trump in 2017, interviewed about 100 people, including the president himself, Hunter Biden, and the president's aides and colleagues as part of his investigation.

Attorney General Merrick Garland, who appointed Hur, has pledged transparency to 'explain [the] ... decisions to prosecute or not prosecute, and their strategic decisions along the way.

'Usually, the special counsels have testified at the end of their reports, and I expect that that will be the case here,' he said.

The discovery of Biden's documents came after it was revealed Trump took

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