Attorney General Appoints Special Counsel to Investigate Documents Found at Biden’s Home, Office

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Attorney General Merrick Garland on Jan. 12 appointed a special counsel to investigate whether any person or group broke the law in the handling of classified materials found in an office President Joe Biden used, as well as one of Biden’s homes.

Garland, a Biden appointee, picked Robert Hur, a former federal prosecutor, as special counsel.

The attorney general said the “extraordinary circumstances” at play required the appointment.

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