Jan. 5 — Lausch briefs Garland on the outcomes of his preliminary investigation and advises a particular counsel is warranted.
Jan. 9 — The White Home counsel’s workplace confirms for the primary time publicly that categorised paperwork have been discovered on the Penn Biden Middle, solely after information organizations reported on the event.
Jan. 11 — Biden’s private attorneys search the president’s houses in Wilmington and Rehoboth Seaside for extra information. They find a possible document with categorised markings in a room adjoining to the storage. They go away it the place they discovered it and droop their search. They go away Wilmington for Rehoboth, the place they search Biden’s residence. No information are present in Rehoboth, and the attorneys return to Washington.
Jan. 11 — Information organizations report that further categorised paperwork have been discovered at a separate location from the Penn Biden Middle.
Jan. 12 — The White Home counsel’s workplace confirms a “small quantity” of further categorised paperwork have been situated at two areas in Biden’s Wilmington residence, most within the storage. They are saying “one doc consisting of 1 web page” was present in a room adjoining to the storage.
Jan. 12 — Biden’s attorneys inform Lausch of what they’d discovered on the Wilmington residence within the room adjoining to the storage and start the method of arranging for it to be delivered to the Justice Division. White Home counsel Richard Sauber, who has a safety clearance, travels to Wilmington to facilitate the switch of paperwork. As they’re being transferred, 5 further pages marked categorised are found.
Jan. 12 — Garland declares Robert Hur because the particular counsel to conduct an investigation into the matter.
Jan. 14 — The White Home counsel’s workplace discloses publicly that a further 5 pages of categorised materials have been present in Wilmington.