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Arizona Republic editor recalls another time Biden mishandled classified documents: ‘Someone screwed up’


Arizona Republic editor Greg Burton wrote an op-ed on Sunday that recounted a case in 2010 in which then-Vice President Joe Biden and his team mishandled classified documents.

“Long before today’s political chaos, I came across a top secret document on a table in Joe Biden’s office at the White House,” Burton recalled. “The red warning on the cover caught my attention but my eyes drifted to memorabilia from the then Vice President, a leather binder and photos of Jill, Beau, Hunter, Ashley and Champ.”

Burton said he was with Biden to interview him about the recovery from the 2008 financial crisis.

BIDEN SLAMMED FOR LYING ‘WITH EASE AND COMFORT’ ON CLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS: ‘PATHOLOGICAL’ IN NATURE

US President Joe Biden addresses supporters at the National Action Network’s annual Martin Luther King Day breakfast on January 16, 2023 in Washington, DC. President Biden delivered the keynote address after being introduced by the Reverend Al Sharpton.
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“Classified documents are everywhere these days. Donald Trump brought boxes and boxes to Mar-a-Lago. Biden left some at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, at his home in Wilmington and in his garage, maybe the most Biden thing ever,” he wrote. .

He questioned the seriousness of the offense of mishandling classified documents.

“Special advocates are investigating. Twitter is seething. Trump is pissed. Biden is surprised. Is this spy stuff or overdue library books?” He asked.

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US President Joe Biden walks into the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC on January 16, 2023, after returning from a weekend in Wilmington.

US President Joe Biden walks into the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC on January 16, 2023, after returning from a weekend in Wilmington.
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Burton recalls a Biden staffer and “guys with earbuds” who rushed to him after his interview with Biden ended because they realized they had left out classified documents in Her presence.

He wrote that the Biden team was concerned that Fred, Burton’s photographer, “might come out with photos of classified information.”

“Top secret documents should be handled under strict protocols, stored and accessed only in secure rooms. Someone screwed up,” he wrote.

President Joe Biden walks toward reporters before he and First Lady Jill Biden board Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023.

President Joe Biden walks toward reporters before he and First Lady Jill Biden board Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023.
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The Biden team requested Fred’s camera, a request that was denied. Instead, they deleted the footage in question and Burton did not post the interview audio.

“And that classified document on Joe’s desk that day? Maybe in Wilmington,” Burton wrote.

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