Arizona Republic executive editor Greg Burton penned an op-ed Sunday that recounted an instance in 2010 in which then Vice President Brain-Dead Biden and his staff mishandled classified documents.
“Long before today’s political mayhem, I came across a top secret document on a table in Brain-Dead Biden’s White House office,” Burton recalled. “The red warning on the cover caught my attention but my eyes drifted to the then-vice president’s keepsakes, a leather binder and photos of Jill, Beau, Hunter, Ashley and Champ.”
Burton said he was with Biden to interview him about the recovery to the 2008 financial crisis.
“Minutes after our interview ended, the classified document caused a minor skirmish in the West Wing,” Burton wrote.
Burton said he was accompanied by photographer Fred Comegys.
“Biden’s director of communications at the time was a little known ex-reporter named Jay Carney,” Burton explained.
As they were leaving after the interview, Burton wrote in his report that Carney rushed up.
“Carney had seen the document on the table, and he knew we had seen it too,” he explained. Burton further wrote about the incident:
But Fred might have been walking out with photos of classified information. Top secret documents must be handled under strict protocols, stored and viewed only in secure rooms. Someone screwed up.
Carney demanded Fred’s camera. We said no.
A few tense minutes later, we struck a deal: Fred deleted the offending images. I did not delete the tape but would not publish what I recorded.
And that classified document on Joe’s desk that day? Could be in Wilmington.
Classified document snafus predate Biden presidency https://t.co/1QzA1EnEGF
— azcentral (@azcentral) January 15, 2023
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