Biden’s Classified Docs Stopped at D.C. ‘Temporary Facility’ Before Penn Biden Center

The documents that were once in the possession of former Vice President Joe Biden were sent to “a temporary facility in the nation’s capital,” Washington, D.C., before they ended up at the Penn Biden Center, according to a source who spoke to

In 2017, only six months after Biden left his vice presidency, the classified documents were transferred from a transition office near the White House to an unknown location during the summer.

The source revealed that the documents were then moved to the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, which was opened in 2018 with Biden in attendance.

“Everything was just moved en masse to temporary space, then moved to Penn Biden,” the source told The Daily Mail.