AG Garland appointing special counsel to investigate Biden docs was ‘the right move,’ Schiff says
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., on Sunday said Attorney General Merrick Garland made the right move in appointing a special counsel to investigate the three sets of classified documents discovered in President Biden’s former office space and his home.
Schiff, the outgoing chair of the House Intelligence Committee, made the remarks during an interview on ABC’s “This Week,” saying that the special counsel may have been Garland’s only move.
“I do think it’s the right move,” the California Democrat said. “The attorney general has to make sure that not only is justice evenly applied, but the appearances of justice are also satisfactory to the public. And here I don’t think he had any choice but to appoint a special counsel.”
On Saturday, Biden’s attorneys announced that a third trove of classified documents was found at the president’s residence in Wilmington, Delaware. Additional classified documents were previously found in Biden’s garage and at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C.
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