Washington. US President Joe Biden has said that he was surprised to learn that some classified documents were found in one of his private offices, which he once used as a ‘Washington think tank’ office. He said he would “cooperate fully” with the review of these documents.
In a joint news conference with Mexican President Lopez Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Biden said Tuesday that he did not know government records from his time as vice president had been moved to his “think tank office.” . Biden has used the office periodically since mid-2017.
He used the space until the start of the 2020 presidential campaign after his stint as Vice President during the term of then President Barack Obama. People know that I take classified documents or classified information seriously, Biden told reporters in Mexico City. While my attorneys were looking through the documents in my office at the University of Pennsylvania, they set up a secure office in the Capitol for me.
After my term as Vice President, I was a professor at Penn for four years. The three leaders are in Mexico City to participate in the 10th North American Leaders’ Summit. A day earlier, the White House said the Justice Department was reviewing some classified documents from the previous Obama-Biden administration found at Biden’s think-tank office here. “I was surprised to learn when I was pointed out that there were government records that were taken to that office, but I don’t know what those documents are,” he said.
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