by Madeleine Hubbard


The National Archives has admitted that approximately 1,170 pages of records from President Joe Biden’s time as vice president were found at the Penn Biden Center in November 2022, and the agency said it does not have custody of any records discovered at Biden’s homes in Delaware.

The America First Legal Foundation highlighted the revelation Thursday by publishing a letter that the National Archives sent to the conservative legal group in response to a Freedom of Information Act request.

The Archives told the legal group it “must deny your request in full for approximately 1,170 pages” found at the Penn Biden Center in the president’s former office because they are the “subject of an ongoing law enforcement investigation.”

The agency gave the same reasoning for denying America First access to the nine boxes of records found at Biden’s attorney’s office in Boston.  It is unclear what documents were included in that cache, but The Associated Press reported last month that it did not appear to include any classified documents.

America First also requested all records found at Biden’s family home or vacation home in Delaware.

“NARA does not have physical custody of any Vice Presidential records retrieved from these locations. Because we lack custody of the records, we cannot respond to your request for these records,” the Archives said.

It is unclear who has custody of any records from Biden’s homes, including multiple classified documents that were found in his Wilmington house.

Classified records have been found in Biden’s possession at least five times since November.

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Madeleine Hubbard joined Just the News as a fast file reporter after working as an editor at Breitbart News.
Photo “Joe Biden” by Joe Biden. Background Photo “National Archives Building” by Bestbudbrian. CC BY-SA 4.0.




Reprinted with permission from Just the News