Update: Biden Classified Docs Kept Near Corvette — At House Owned by Hunter?

Biden admitted latest set of classified docs were found in his Delaware garage near his Corvette.

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A Delaware home where Joe Biden says classified documents were kept near his classic car may have been owned by his son Hunter, who’s under federal investigation.

On Thursday, New York Post reporter Miranda Devine highlighted documents showing Biden’s crackhead son, known for his questionable judgment, may have been the owner of the Delaware home where Biden’s Corvette – and a second trove of classified docs – were stored.

Twitter users also highlighted stills from a 2020 campaign video in which Biden showed off his ’67 Corvette Sting Ray, questioning whether a garage featured in the video is the same garage referred to by Biden.

The reports come as Hunter, whose “laptop from hell” has been confirmed to contain damning information about the Bidens’ shady foreign business dealings, has been under federal investigation for tax and gun-related issues since 2018.

Biden was pressed by reporters on his mishandling of classified documents Wednesday after a second trove of docs were reported to have been discovered.

Responding to Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy, Biden admitted the latest set of classified docs were found in his Delaware garage near his Corvette.

“Classified material next to your Corvette — what were you thinking?” Doocy asked Biden.

“Let me, I’m going to get a chance to speak on all of this. God willing, soon,” Biden responded. “But as I said earlier this week, people, and by the way, my Corvette’s in a locked garage. Okay, so it’s not like they’re sitting out in the street.”

“So… in a locked garage?” Doocy followed up.

“But anyway. Yes,” Biden replied. “As well as my Corvette. But as I said earlier this week, people know I take classified documents and classified material seriously,”

Thursday’s exchange came after Doocy confronted White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Wednesday asking, “How can anyone be so irresponsible?” – a play on remarks Biden made regarding a similar document controversy involving former President Trump.

The first batch of classified documents had been discovered on Nov. 2, days before the midterm elections, in a locked closet at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.