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An FBI search of Joe Biden's luxury vacation home at Rehoboth Beach uncovered no more classified documents in his possession, according to a just-released report from the U.K.'s Daily Mail.
The publication quoted an attorney for the president who said there were no more documents found – after other classified, and unsecured, papers were found at a Penn Biden Center office Joe Biden used, in his home, and even in his garage near his collectible Corvette.
The search, taking more than three hours, happened early Wednesday.
The report explained, however, "the crisis takes yet another troubling turn for the administration."
Commentators have openly speculated that not only are Republicans trying to make sure he is allowed no more than one term in the White House, but even Democrats are also working now to use the scandal over the classified papers being found in his possession to remove him from any future candidacy.
They, in fact, are in a tight spot, as they've made plain they want to use the fact President Trump had documents at his home to remove him from any candidacy.
A difference in the cases is that Trump said he had declassified documents he had, which he was allowed to do, as president. The documents found in Biden's possession are from his term as vice president, and vice presidents have no authority to declassify papers.
The report said the Department of Justice, from the search, "did take some materials and handwritten notes for further review."
Biden's attorney, Bob Bauer, said Biden cooperated with the search for his luxury vacation home. It's a $2.7 million, six-bedroom, 4,800 square foot mansion in the beach town.
Bauer told the Mail, "The DOJ's planned search of the President's Rehoboth residences, conducted in coordination and cooperation with the President's attorneys, has concluded. The search was conducted from 8:30 AM to noon. No documents with classified markings were found."
The FBI, which routinely withholds comments on any pending investigation, declined comment.
The report noted Biden's lawyer admitted the search was going on after news outlets were reporting it, "marking yet another occasion the administration made an announcement after journalists uncovered information. It comes as the White House deals with questions about how transparent it has been on the crisis, which keeps growing."
There remain a multitude of questions about the documents, including what they were, how they got into Biden's office and home, and who had access to them. Critically, the Penn Biden Center was at the University of Pennsylvania, where Chinese agents realistically could have been.
Further, Biden's son, Hunter, was living at his main mansion, in Wilmington, at the time the classified papers were there. During that time, Hunter was making financial deals with Chinese interests, and at least one email that's been uncovered suggests some of the government material may have been quoted by Hunter.
The scandal broke at the end of December, especially in that the documents were found early in November, and Biden apparently tried to keep the scandal concealed from the American public.
The report said, "House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairman James Comer on Tuesday night claimed that National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) general counsel Gary Stern told them the agency was prevented from notifying the public that classified documents had been found at Biden's D.C. think tank back in November, raising questions over who stopped the information from coming out."
The Mail reported, "In total, there have been five discoveries of classified materials in Biden's possession: at the Penn-Biden Center, a think tank in Washington, D.C.; in Biden's garage at his Wilmington, Del., home; one document discovered in his 'personal library' in the same home; four more documents found in his home; and then another six found when the Justice Department did another search of his Wilmington residence."
Biden, meanwhile, has repeatedly claimed there's "nothing there."
And Robert Hur has been appointed as special counsel to investigate the latest Biden scandal.