Watchdogs Want Search Of Biden’s Records: 2,000 Boxes, 400 Gigs

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At a glance

  • Several watchdog groups are calling for Joe Biden‘s records from his Senate years to be searched for classified documents after another tranche of material was found at his Wilmington, Delaware, home.
  • There are also calls to search his Rehoboth Beach, Del., beach home. Biden’s personal attorneys searched the home but said no classified material is there.
  • The University of Delaware houses 1,875 boxes and over 400 gigabytes of digital records from Biden’s 36-year Senate career. He deposited his records there at the end of his service.

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