Feds Have Inter­viewed 100 Wit­ness­es In Crim­i­nal Probe Of Biden’s Han­dling Of Clas­si­fied Mate­r­i­al: Report

Fed­er­al offi­cials have report­ed­ly inter­viewed approx­i­mate­ly 100 wit­ness­es in their crim­i­nal inves­ti­ga­tion of Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s han­dling of clas­si­fied mate­r­i­al while he was vice pres­i­dent in the Oba­ma admin­is­tra­tion and while he was a U.S. Sen­a­tor for the state of Delaware.
ABC News report­ed that the inter­views have main­ly focused on for­mer Biden aides and mil­i­tary aides and the pro­ce­dures that were used when han­dling the mate­r­i­al. Inter­views have been con­duct­ed as recent­ly as last week and some of the wit­ness­es have been asked to return for addi­tion­al ques­tion­ing, the report said.
The inves­ti­ga­tion — which is being led by Spe­cial Coun­sel Robert Hur, a Trump-era U.S. attor­ney — has “appar­ent­ly uncov­ered instances of care­less­ness from Biden’s vice pres­i­den­cy,” the report said, echo­ing the type of lan­guage that was used in the FBI’s deci­sion to not charge Hillary Clin­ton o …