Attorney Dana Remus is an American lawyer who served as White House counsel for U.S. President Joe Biden from January 2021 to July 2022. Prior to her appointment as White House counsel, Remus was general counsel for Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign.
Earlier in her career, she was deputy assistant to the president and deputy counsel for ethics during the presidency of Barack Obama.
Remus, along with Robert Lenhard, and James Garland was assigned to oversee Biden’s vice presidential records. She should have known about these documents taken by the Biden clan when he left office as vice president.
Remus then became Joe Biden’s top attorney, the White House Counsel, until July 2022 when she resigned.
Newsweek reported that it was Biden’s own attorneys who discovered the documents in Joe Biden’s closet at UPenn.
“It was Biden’s own lawyers who first discovered an unspecified number of classified documents from the Democrat’s time as vice president at the Penn Biden Center as they were clearing out the president’s former office. It was again the president’s own team of attorneys who searched Biden’s Delaware homes in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach for additional classified documents, which the White House counsel’s office confirmed on January 12 that they found in Wilmington. Two days later, the presidential team added that five more pages had been found at this home.
Steve Bannon asked how Biden’s top attorneys were able to get at these documents before government investigators. Why did the FBI turn away from the situation?
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