President Donald Trump has reacted to the news that classified documents belonging to former Vice President Joe Biden have been moved to another location prior to the opening of the Penn Biden Center.
The documents, which were stored at the University of Delaware, were moved to a secure facility in Pennsylvania before the center opened its doors. Trump, who has been a vocal critic of the Biden campaign, was quick to respond to the news.
In a tweet, Trump said, “This is a major breach of security and should be investigated immediately. It is a disgrace that Joe Biden’s records were moved without proper authorization. The American people deserve to know the truth about Joe Biden’s record.”
The documents in question include Biden’s personal emails and other records. The move was made to ensure that the documents were secure and not accessible to the public.
The Biden campaign has denied any wrongdoing and has said that the move was made to protect the documents from potential hackers. They also said that the move was made in accordance with the Presidential Records Act.
The Trump campaign has called for an investigation into the matter, saying that the move was an attempt to hide information from the public. Trump has also called for Biden to release his tax returns, something the former vice president has yet to do.
While the move has raised questions about the security of the documents, it is unclear if any laws were broken or if any information was compromised.
Regardless of the outcome of the investigation, the incident has raised questions about the security surrounding the documents and the Biden campaign’s handling of them. It remains to be seen if any further action will be taken.