The U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Accountability said Tuesday that the National Archives and Records Administration failed to meet a deadline set by the committee to turn over materials for further investigation of the classified documents found in locations tied to President Joe Biden.
“The National Archives has not produced the requested documents to the Committee at this time,” a committee spokesperson told Axios. “Chairman Comer’s request still stands and anticipates moving forward with a transcribed interview with NARA’s general counsel soon.”
The committee spokesperson further noted to The Washington Examiner that Republican investigators initially anticipated conducting a transcribed interview with the federal agency, which would provide a timeline and how the classified information was handled.
Republican lawmakers launched the committee earlier this month after classified documents connected with Biden’s time as vice president were first found by his…