A coordinated and agreed upon search of Biden's Rehoboth, Delaware home found no classified documents.
House Oversight Committee ranking member Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) sent a letter to the Secret Service demanding any documents related to people who had access to Trump and Pence's homes.
If it is proven that Trump shared these classified documents with people or entities, he jeopardized our national security on purpose for his own self interest.
In a matter of seconds, Sen. Ted Cruz went from calling for searches of Hunter Biden's home and suggesting that President Biden committed crimes to excusing Mike Pence for being in the same situation.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said that he would be shocked if there was anything sinister going on with Biden and classified docs. He has never made the same statement about Trump and then tried to walk it back.
Former Vice President Mike Pence had a dozen classified documents discovered at his house last week by his lawyer.
Rep. Nancy Mace tried to claim that everyone knew where Trump's stolen classified documents were, but Chuck Todd stopped her and delivered the facts.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) reminded ABC's Martha Raddatz that the one big difference between Biden and Trump is that Trump thought he was above the law and made the DOJ get a warrant to search his home and recover stolen classified documents.
Republicans, like Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO), continue to intentionally miss the point that the Biden and Trump classified document situations are not the same thing.
Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows took classified documents home with him, made copies, and handed them out to other people.
The DOJ is appearing before a federal judge on Friday to try to get Trump ordered to swear that he has no more classified docs at his properties.
Trump is claiming that because the FBI moved to recover classified documents that he stole, Hispanics will vote Republican in the midterm.
A "long-serving" Trump aide was caught on camera moving boxes out of a storage room at Mar-a-Lago, both before and after the DOJ subpoena demanding the return of the documents Trump stole, according to a new report.
"The National Archives and Records Administration calls Trump's claims about Obama, Clinton, Bush and Bush supposedly taking presidential documents 'false and misleading.'"
Trump cooked up a plan to trade the government documents that he stole for documents about the Russia investigation.
The National Archives has evidence that Trump ripped up classified documents and information.
Eric Trump tried to defend his dad by saying that his father is too neat to leave documents all over his office floor.
Trump publicly admitted that he had classified documents by arguing that the FBI moved the documents to take a photo.
Donald Trump is demanding all of the top secret documents that he stole back because he believes that they belong to him.