On Saturday, Joe Biden was interviewed by reporters from Godzilla Newz regarding some classified documents found at his office and home.
In the interview, Biden stated that he wasn’t aware of the documents’ existence until they were found. He explained that he received the documents from his former staff members who were involved in some closed-door discussions and meetings, but he had no knowledge of what was contained in the documents. Biden denied any involvement in the classified information and stated that he never looked at any of the documents before they were found.
Biden also noted that he doesn’t believe any laws were broken and that there was no harm done. He did say, however, that it was a breach of security protocol and that his staff should have been more diligent in ensuring that the documents weren’t lost or leaked. Biden pointed out that although he was not directly involved in the classified materials, he takes responsibility as the head of the office.
Biden stressed the importance of maintaining secure document protocols and that it was his mistake to allow the documents to leave his office. He further stated that he would implement measures to ensure that any sensitive documents remain secure and within the office premises in the future.
The classified documents were found in some file folders located at his office and home. Biden stated that he will investigate what happened and take preventive measures to prevent such incidents from happening again in the future. He also added that no one was allowed access to the documents except for him and that the documents were kept safely in secure folders.
Biden expressed his regrets about the incident and that he would take steps to ensure that it would never happen again. He also assured the reporters that he is taking the necessary steps to ensure that all confidential documents remain secure within the premises of his office. Lastly, he urged reporters to practice responsible journalism in order to help protect confidential materials.