The National Archives has revealed 82,000 pages of records from President Joe Biden's fake email aliases during his years as vice president.
The announcement was shared Monday in federal court in connection with the Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) as part of its ongoing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit.
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“NARA has completed a search for potentially responsive documents and is currently processing those documents for the purpose of producing non-exempt portions of any responsive records on a monthly rolling basis. Given the scope of Plaintiff’s FOIA request, which seeks copies of all emails in three separate accounts over an eight-year period, the volume of potentially responsive records is necessarily large,” the document reads.
“NARA has identified approximately 82,000 pages of potentially responsive documents, and it is currently processing those documents and preparing any nonexempt responsive documents for production on a rolling basis," it added.
"the email accounts were used by President Biden to "forward government information and discuss government business with his son, Hunter Biden, and others."https://t.co/8WJmrG7NOO
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"At the moment, there has not been any indication from NARA that any of President Biden's emails contain classified information or other government secrets that might be sensitive in nature," the Epoch Times reported.
"Meanwhile, Republicans in Congress are investigating allegations that President Biden was involved with his son's business dealings, amid allegations that the Bidens accepted bribes from Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy company," it noted.
Archives locates 82,000 pages of Joe Biden pseudonym emails, possibly dwarfing Clinton scandal
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"The court filing added that the foundation and NARA are discussing ways to narrow the request for records to get copies of the emails out in a more expeditious manner," Just the News reported.
"Government officials' use of private email for official business is discouraged under the law, and officials like Biden are required to preserve all government-related emails conducted on their private accounts under the Federal Records Act," it continued.
An earlier lawsuit found nearly 20,000 emails exchanged between Hunter Biden's investment firm and 4,000 directly with Hunter Biden found in the National Archives.
Over 5,000 emails in the National Archives were sent from the president's fake aliases using three different names during his times as vice president.
The records may now come back to harm Biden as the records are investigated during his run for a second term in 2024.