by David Spunt , Jake Gibson , Chris Pandolfo
FBI search followed discovery of classified documents in Biden's offices at Penn Biden Center
FBI agents searched the Penn Biden Center offices in mid-November, sources confirmed to Fox News, after President Biden's personal attorneys discovered a handful of documents with classified markings there on Nov. 2. The documents were dated to Biden's time as vice president in the Obama administration.
The number of agents involved in the search is unclear, but the president's team was fully aware and gave their consent to the FBI action, sources familiar with the investigation into Biden's handling of classified materials said.
There was no search warrant involved, and it is unclear whether any additional documents were taken.
The FBI and Department of Justice declined to comment.
CBS News first reported the FBI search.
This is a developing story and will be updated.
David Spunt , Jake Gibson , Chris Pandolfo
David Spunt currently serves as a Washington D.C. based correspondent
for FOX News Channel (FNC). He joined the network in December 2018.
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