Biden again ignores questions about classified documents

On several occasions, reporters given Biden the opportunity to resolve doubts about the case, but the president still has not responded.

President Joe Biden once again completely ignored all questions from reporters about the classified documents found in his Delaware home recently.

This Tuesday, the president met with the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte, and after both politicians spoke, the White House press corps began to ask several questions.

"Will you commit to speak to the special counsel?" a reporter asked in reference to attorney Robert Hur, who was chosen as a special prosecutor the investigation surrounding the documents.

The president chose to completely ignore the reporter's question. In fact, he kept smiling and talking to the Dutch prime minister as if he hadn't heard as the White House staff got the media out of the room.

In just a few days, the president has already dodged questions related to the controversy several times.

On Jan. 10, reporters tried to obtain more information after Biden's bilateral meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau but did not get any answers from the president.

On Jan. 13, the president was with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. Once again, the press tried to get Biden to answer questions about the case, but he also chose to pretend not to have heard and posed for a photo with the prime minister.

The press secretary does not want to answer either

This Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was also asked if searches for classified documents are still being conducted or if they have all been recovered. This question came after Jean-Pierre said last week that the search was over and then more files were found in the president's Delaware home.

However, the press secretary did not seem to take the question well and said she would not comment further.

"I'm not going to comment from here," she said highlighting that the Biden administration does not usually talk about Justice Department matters.