Jan. 5— Lausch briefs Garland on the outcomes of his preliminary examination and recommends an unique counsel is called for.
Jan. 9— The White Home counsel’s workplace verifies for the very first time openly that categorized files were discovered at the Penn Biden Center, just after wire service reported on the advancement.
Jan. 11— Biden’s individual lawyers browse the president’s houses in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach for extra records. They find a possible record with classified markings in a space surrounding to the garage. They leave it where they discovered it and suspend their search. They leave Wilmington for Rehoboth, where they browse Biden’s house. No records are discovered in Rehoboth, and the attorneys go back to Washington.
Jan. 11— Wire service report that extra categorized files were discovered at a different place from the Penn Biden Center.
Jan. 12— The White Home counsel’s workplace verifies a “little number” of extra categorized files lay at 2 areas in Biden’s Wilmington house, the majority of in the garage. They state “one file including one page” was discovered in a space surrounding to the garage.
Jan. 12— Biden’s attorneys notify Lausch of what they had actually discovered at the Wilmington house in the space surrounding to the garage and start the procedure of scheduling it to be provided to the Justice Department. White Home counsel Richard Sauber, who has a security clearance, takes a trip to Wilmington to help with the transfer of files. As they are being moved, 5 extra pages significant categorized are found.
Jan. 12— Garland reveals Robert Hur as the unique counsel to perform an examination into the matter.
Jan. 14— The White Home counsel’s workplace reveals openly that an extra 5 pages of categorized product were discovered in Wilmington.