Some of President Joe Biden’s handwritten notes from his decades of public service were obtained by the special counsel investigating his improper storage of classified documents, the president’s attorneys say.
On Thursday, the Associated Press reported that it isn’t known whether or not the notes are classified, or what the investigators are seeking to learn from them:
“It isn’t clear yet what the investigators are looking for by taking custody of notes from his time as vice president and his decades in the Senate that were found in his Delaware homes in Rehoboth Beach and Wilmington.
“Biden’s attorneys did not say whether the notes were considered to be classified, only that they were removed.”
Handwritten notes may be classified if they discuss classified materials or conversations, even if they have not been formally labeled as “classified.”
Last month, Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed former U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland Robert Hur as special counsel to investigate President Biden over his improper storage and handling of classified documents found at his former D.C. office and home in Wilmington, Delaware.
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