National Archives Confess 1,170 Pages of Biden Records Found at Penn Center

The National Archives acknowledged that over 1,100 pages of records from Biden’s vice presidency were discovered at the Penn Biden Center in November 2022.

The admission followed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from the America First Legal Foundation.

The National Archives told the America First Legal Foundation that it “must deny your request in full for approximately 1,170 pages” recovered at the Penn Biden Center because the archives are the “subject of an ongoing law enforcement investigation.”

Reporting from Just the News:

America First also requested all records found at Biden's family home or vacation home in Delaware.

"NARA does not have physical custody of any Vice Presidential records retrieved from these locations. Because we lack custody of the records, we cannot respond to your request for these records," the Archives said.