White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre repeatedly dodged questions about the FBI’s search of Joe Biden’s Rehoboth Beach house.
The FBI searched Joe Biden’s Rehoboth Beach, Delaware home Wednesday morning for more classified documents.
The FBI conducted a search on Wednesday from 8:30 am to noon and found no documents with classified markings.
The agents took handwritten notes that appear to be from Biden’s time as Vice President.
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Reporters’ cameras caught investigators with Virginia plates pull up to Biden’s Delaware beach house.
CBS reporter Ed O’Keefe asked Karine Jean Pierre: “Would the White House have revealed today’s [FBI] search if pool cameras hadn’t caught the investigators arriving on scene?”
KJP dodged and refused to answer the question.
“Again, this is a question for the White House counsel’s office. I would refer you to them,” Karine Jean-Pierre said.
Reuters reporter Trevor Hunnicutt asked Karine Jean-Pierre: “What is the current number of documents bearing classified markings…found in [Biden’s] residences and offices?”
“I would refer you to the WH counsel’s office,” KJP said.
“Ian [Sams] just declined to comment,” the reporter said.
“Well, there you go,” KJP said.
“Is there a reason that two of the searches were disclosed and not the search of the Penn Biden Center? Is there a legal reason why you are disclosing only two and not what we know is a third search?” ABC’s Mary Bruce asked KJP after Ian Sams refused to answer her questions about the FBI searches.
“Again, I’m going to refer you to the WH Counsel’s office,” KJP said.
“Did anyone at the White House tell the National Archives at any point not to issue a press release about the discovery of classified documents?” NBC’s Peter Alexander asked Karine Jean-Pierre.
“I would–I would really you to the White House counsel’s office, who has been running this process,” KJP said.
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