(FixThisNation.com) – Senators Ron Johnson (Wisconsin) and Chuck Grassley (Iowa) have requested that Secret Service provide them with the full list of individuals that had been in one of the locations in President Biden’s home or Washington office that had held classified documents.
In the letter sent to Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle, the two senators wrote that the documents they were requesting were part of their probe and should not be handed in any later than Feb. 2, 2023.
Grassley, the top Republican on the Judiciary Committee, and Johnson, a member of the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations also added that the Secret Service had previously informed the media that they would comply with a request for information on the individuals that had visited those locations.
The request to the Secret Service was sent after the FBI had concluded their close to 13-hour search into Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware home and found an additional batch of classified documents. According to reports some of the documents they had located dated back to Biden’s time as a Senator.
In a separate statement, Johnson criticized Joe Biden, saying that after all the decades he had spent in Congress he should have known how classified documents should have been handled, but instead seems to think that the rules don’t actually apply to him.
Rep. Comer (Kentucky) also requested all the information from Cheatle that Secret Service had on file regarding everyone who that Biden’s home in Delaware.
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