House Oversight chair wants more information on Biden classified documents from White House

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer on Sunday slammed President Joe Biden and his team for their handling of classified documents, announcing on CNN’s “State of the

Union” that he is requesting additional information about the situation. “We would never have known about the possession of the classified documents were it not for

investigative reporting by CBS that somehow got a leak to determine that this had happened prior to the election,” the Kentucky Republican told CNN’s Jake Tapper. “So the

administration hasn’t been transparent about what’s going on with President Biden’s possession of classified documents. And we just want equal treatment here with respect to how

both former President (Donald) Trump and current President Biden are being treated with the document issue.” In a letter addressed to White house chief of staff Ron Klain,

Comer is asking for more documents and communications related to the searches of Biden’s homes and other locations by the president’s aides for classified documents, as well as

the visitor log of the president’s Wilmington, Delaware, home from January 20, 2021 to present. The letter comes after Biden’s aides found five additional pages of

classified material at his personal residence in Wilmington on Thursday, the same day a special counsel was appointed to investigate the matter. The White House revealed the

discovery on Saturday.