President Biden, former President Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence are all under scrutiny for their improper retention of classified documents, potentially complicating their bids, or potential bids, for the White House in 2024.
Trump announced his 2024 presidential campaign in November, months after the FBI seized classified records during an unprecedented raid on his Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach, Florida.
Biden has been considering a 2024 re-election campaign, but sources have said he will not make an announcement on whether he will run for a second term until after he delivers the State of the Union address.
Biden will give that address Feb. 7, just weeks after the FBI searched and seized classified records from his home in Wilmington, Delaware. Documents were also found at the Penn Biden Center.
Former President Trump and current President Biden (Getty Images)
Both Trump and Biden are now under special counsel investigation for their retention of classified records.
On Tuesday, Pence, who is also mulling a 2024 presidential run, informed Congress he had discovered documents bearing classified markings in his Carmel, Indiana, home Jan. 16 from his time as