Legislators call Biden's treatment of classified documents 'irresponsible'

After the FBI found more classified documents at the home of President Joe Biden Friday, legislators said Sunday that Biden's actions were "unbelievable" and "irresponsible."

Most Americans think both Biden and former President Donald Trump have handled classified material inappropriately, according to a poll released Sunday by ABC News. AG Merrick

Garland earlier this month appointed a special counsel to investigate Biden's retention of government records, and Trump is under criminal investigation by another special

counsel. After the FBI found more classified documents at the Wilmington, Delaware, home of President Joe Biden during a consensual search Friday, legislators said Sunday that

Biden's actions were "unbelievable" and "irresponsible." Biden's personal lawyer and a prosecutor disclosed the search, which lasted nearly 13 hours, Saturday evening. The

discovery was the fourth time since November that classified records or materials have been found at a private address of Biden's. Attorney General Merrick Garland earlier

this month appointed a special counsel to investigate Biden's retention of government records after he was vice president. Former President Donald Trump is under criminal

investigation by another special counsel for taking hundreds of classified records and other government documents from the White House when he left office. Trump is also being

investigated for possible obstruction of justice due to stonewalling efforts to prevent government officials from recovering those documents.