(PartiallyPolitics.com) New House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) on Sunday dubbed President Biden’s Wilmington, Del., residence a “crime scene” after it was revealed that two sets of batches of classified documents from the Obama administration were found in two separate locations in the home.

Comer told CNN’s “State of the Union” host Jake Tapper that his primary concern was that despite having a special counsel called, Biden’s personal attorneys continued going through his home despite not having the necessary security. He added that following the appointment of a special counsel essentially made the residence a “crime scene.”

Close to two dozen classified documents have been recovered from three different locations in the past few months. The first was discovered on Nov. 2 in one of Biden’s old offices in Washington, D.C., while the other two batches were discovered in his Delaware home.

On Thursday, Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed a special counsel, Robert Hur, to take over the investigations relating to the classified documents found in Biden’s possession. This is similar to the appointment of a special counsel that is responsible for the investigation into the hundreds of classified documents that were recovered from former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home following an FBI search last summer.

Republicans have been particularly critical of the difference in the approach of the two cases as Biden’s home has not been raided despite classified documents being found in two separate locations within the home.

It is however, important to note that Biden’s team has always notified the National Archives immediately upon the discovery of classified documents, white Trump and his team refused to hand over the documents even after the Archives sent out an official request.

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