The opportunity to investigate President Joe Biden’s handling of confidential papers using their newly formed oversight jurisdiction has House Republicans practically salivating. However, their requests for the appointment of a special counsel for the case by the Justice Department, which Attorney General Merrick Garland did on Thursday, may lead to a reduction in the level of cooperation from government investigators. GOP legislators are looking into the discovery of secret records at Biden’s private office in Washington, D.C., and home in Wilmington, Delaware, but that possibility has not yet slowed them down. The disclosures prompted obvious comparisons to former President Donald…
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