Ron Klain To Resign As Biden’s Chief Of Staff And Be Replaced By Jeff Zients.
In an effort to clear the debt ceiling and cut spending, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy encouraged Democrats on Tuesday to begin negotiating a deal. While Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said that she will take “extraordinary measures” to extend the deadline for the debt ceiling to June, McCarthy said, “I would like to sit down with all the leaders and especially the president and start having discussions.”
In response to the discovery of classified documents at President Biden’s former office at the Penn Biden Center and in two separate locations at his Wilmington, Delaware residence between November and December, House Oversight Committee Chairman, Rep. James Comer (R-KY) sent a request to the National Archives last week asking for:
After classified documents were found in Joe Biden’s former office at the Penn Biden Center, the Justice Department considered having FBI agents monitor the search for additional classified documents at Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware residence. In the end, however, the DOJ decided against it in order to not complicate the later stages of the investigation and also becuase Biden’s attorneys had quickly handed over the first set of documents and were cooperating with the investigation.
On Sunday, House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer (R-KY) sent a letter to Ron Klain, White House Chief of Staff, requesting the visitor logs for President Joe Biden’s residence in Wilmington, Delaware, where numerous classified documents have been located.
More Classified Documents Found At Biden’s Delaware Home.
After the news broke earlier this week that classified documents were found in a locked closet in President Joe Biden’s former office at the Penn Biden Center in early November, White House aides have since launched a scavenger hunt that has now turned up more classified materials in a different, undisclosed, location.
According to public records, at least $54 million was donated to the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement in Washington by individuals with ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) between 2014 and 2019. The Penn Biden Center is where several classified documents were located in early November, locked in a closet in President Biden’s former office.
Classified documents from Joe Biden’s time as Vice President surfaced in early November at Biden’s think tank, the Penn Biden Center in Washington, according to CBS News, citing two sources with knowledge of the inquiry Attorney General Merrick Garland has launched.