Biden files timeline: How the president has repeatedly tried to downplay classified document scandal

President Joe Biden’s personal attorney revealed that yet another batch of documents with classified markings were found in the Democrat’s Wilmington, Delaware home on Saturday.

It reportedly brings the total to some 25 to 30 pages found, as questions mount over why Biden had them and why the White House took months to disclose their existence.

Meanwhile the president’s critics have also lashed out at him for openly mocking his predecessor Donald Trump’s ongoing debacle with his own classified documents – which resulted in an FBI raid on his Florida mansion in August.

Biden called Trump’s mishandling of files, hundreds of which were recovered from Mar-a-Lago in the raid, ‘irresponsible’ during a September interview with 60 Minutes.

More recently, however, he’s been focused on downplaying his own growing scandal. 

It comes as a new ABC News/Ipsos poll shows 64 percent of Americans believe Biden’s handling of classified documents was ‘inappropriate.’

The president has insisted that he and…

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