China, Saudi Arabia, Oman and Turkey gave MILLIONS to University of Delaware after creation of Biden Institute

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Since the Biden Institute was established in 2017 at the University of Delaware, it has been revealed that China, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Turkey have donated millions of dollars to the school.

Since the institute’s founding, the school has received $23,610,996 from Saudi Arabia, $6,704,250 from China, $2,513,646 from Oman, and $1,673,847 from Turkey, according to the Washington Free Beacon, which conducted a review of US Department of Education records.

The Biden Institute, President Joe Biden’s domestic policy think tank led by his sister Valerie, was established by the University of Delaware’s Joseph R. Biden Jr. School of Public Policy & Administration.

The news of international funding comes as lawmakers have called for an investigation into whether Biden had held classified documents at the University of Delaware, after classified documents were discovered at the Penn Biden Center in DC as well as Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware home.

Senator Ted Cruz called in late January for the FBI and Department of Justice to search 1,875 boxes of records that were donated to the University of Delaware in 2012 by Biden, which are closed to the public.

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