Washington Week with The Atlantic

Biden faces more scrutiny over classified documents

Clip: 01/20/2023 | 17m 23s  | Video has closed captioning.

For the second straight week, President Biden is facing scrutiny over his handling of classified documents from his days as vice president and Republicans were quick to pounce after more papers were found. Plus, the U.S. hit its debt limit but House Republicans want to negotiate and say there must be spending cuts before they’ll agree to raise the borrowing cap.

Aired: 01/20/23

Rating: NR

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