Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport

President Joe Biden’s legal team is currently in discussions with the Department of Justice’s Special Counsel Robert Hur regarding the parameters of an interview with the president. The negotiation includes the questions’ timing, location, and scope. The interview addresses inquiries about Biden’s management and storage of classified documents, some dating back to his time as a senator, which were discovered in his office at the Penn Biden Center and his residence.

The revelation that the Presidential Records Act may not protect Biden’s possession of classified documents during his senatorial tenure has raised significant legal considerations. Many notebooks from Biden’s pre-presidential public service were also uncovered during the investigation, potentially containing sensitive information. The exact quantity of documents under review and its impact on the investigation’s duration remains uncertain. Noteworthy is the disparity in the leaking of information between Biden’s investigation and the Department of Justice’s previous inquiry into his political rival, former President Donald Trump. Additionally, the cost associated with Biden’s investigation is notably lower than the expenses incurred during Trump’s investigations, drawing attention to potential disparities in the treatment of the two presidents.

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In a related context, IRS whistleblowers have alleged that their investigation into President Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, revealed leads suggesting Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s business dealings. However, they claimed to have been instructed to disregard these leads and were not provided access to evidence held by the FBI, such as the Biden bribery memo.

Such discrepancies in treatment between the two administrations have fueled criticism, particularly from conservatives who argue that Biden is receiving preferential treatment. Amid these developments, commentators and public figures have highlighted the apparent double standard in the investigative process. Concerns have been raised about the conditions set for Biden’s interview, with comparisons drawn to the treatment of President Trump during similar inquiries. As the negotiations continue and more information surfaces, the differing approaches to investigating these two presidents continue to spark debate and controversy.