More on the Biden documents. The Hill reports 

The discovery of classified documents at President Biden’s old office and Delaware home have thrust Attorney General Merrick Garland back into a situation none of his predecessors have encountered. 

Garland has, over the past three months, appointed two special counsels to review the handling of classified documents: One involving the current president, and one involving the former president, both of whom may be on the ballot in 2024. 

Garland appointed a special counsel on Thursday to handle the review of the Biden documents, which were found late last year but only disclosed publicly this week. The Justice Department was quickly alerted, the White House said, and the files were returned to the National Archives. 

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