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Back in November, it was reported that Joe Biden is unlikely to face a charge over his handling over classified documents.
However, The report will be critical of his handling of these documents.
U.S. President Joe Biden is not likely to be charged in the special counsel investigation into his handling of classified documents, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Special Counsel Robert Hur is expected to release a report in the next couple of months, potentially before the end of this year, and it is expected to be sharply critical of the handling of the documents by Biden and his aides, the Journal reported.
The special counsel’s office declined to comment on the report. White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland in January named Hur as special counsel to look into the improper storage of classified documents at Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware, home and at a Washington think tank office set up for Biden after his 2009-2017 vice presidency.
A new report now claims that Joe Biden’s team is worried about the pictures that will be in the report that is released.
Fox News reported:
President Biden’s team reportedly is fearing that photos included in Special Counsel Robert Hur’s imminent report on the handling of classified documents could impact his 2024 reelection bid.
Axios reported that Biden’s aides do not expect criminal charges as a result of the investigation, but they are concerned about potentially embarrassing photos included in Hur’s expected report that could be released as soon as this week. The images could show how Biden stored classified materials, which were discovered in late 2022 in the garage of Biden’s Delaware home as well as in a private office. The classified documents were carried over from Biden’s time as former President Obama’s vice president.
Biden’s aides told Axios that they are fearful former President Trump’s campaign could use the photos against the Democrat incumbent ahead of their likely 2024 rematch.
Trump himself is facing more than 40 counts, including obstruction of justice and willful retention of national defense information, for improperly storing classified documents at his private residence at Mar-a-Lago in Florida after leaving the White House, following a probe by Special Counsel Jack Smith.