On Wednesday the White House refused to answer whether there would be any further searches for classified documents kept in President Biden’s private properties. Earlier that day the FBI had concluded a search in Biden’s Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
Ian Sams, a White House spokesperson for investigations, told reporters that he would be careful in what he disclosed as he could not go into details about what the Justice Department had been doing during their investigations. He also added that he was confident that there were no other classified documents that would be found in Biden’s possession.
The search for the Rehoboth home lasted from 8:30 a.m. until noon on Wednesday. Biden’s attorney who has presented said that there had been full cooperation with the search which had yielded no classified material.
Sams said that Justice Department was fully focused on the ongoing investigation and that the President was fully willing to cooperate as was evident from his “offering unprecedented access to his home in Wilmington.” He added that every single room in Rehoboth had also been searched and that for any information that had been requested, the President was working hard to provide it to them in a short time frame.
Sams was also asked whether there would be any further searches into the other properties that Biden owns. In response, Sams said that he did not want to speak extensively about the Department of Justice investigation as he did not want to affect the ongoing investigations.