National Archives admits it has 5,400 Biden pseudonym emails from his vice presidency
August 28, 2023 9:57pm
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The National Archives and Records Administration has admitted that it is in possession of nearly 5,400 emails, electronic records and documents that potentially show President Biden using a pseudonym during his vice presidency, it was revealed on Monday.
NARA confirmed the existence of the trove in response to a June 2022 Freedom of Information Act request by the Southeastern Legal Foundation, a nonprofit constitutional legal group.
The request asked for emails pertaining to the accounts of Robin Ware, Robert L. Peters, and JRB Ware – pseudonyms the 80-year-old president was known to use in the White House during his time as President Obama’s vice president.
The Southeastern Legal Foundation on Monday filed suit against NARA for the release of the records, which the group claims may show that Biden forwarded government information and discussed government business with his son, Hunter Biden, and others.
“All too often, public officials abuse their power by using it for their personal or political benefit. When they do, many seek to hide it. The only way to preserve governmental integrity is for NARA to release Biden’s nearly 5,400 emails to SLF and thus the public. The American public deserves to know what is in them,” Kimberly Hermann, SLF general counsel, said in a statement.
The group accuses NARA of having “dragged its feet ” since the June 2022 FOIA request and says that not a single email has been produced since the government agency acknowledged their existence just days after the request.
“We have performed a search of our collection for Vice Presidential records related to your [June 9, 2022] request and have identified approximately 5,138 email messages, 25 electronic files and 200 pages of potentially responsive records that must be processed in order to respond t