White House: Biden takes classified info 'very seriously' as more docs turn up: 'searched their sock drawer'

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre insisted that President Biden takes classified information seriously on Monday, just days after a fourth batch of documents with

classified markings turned up during an FBI search of his home in Wilmington, Delaware.  Fox News White House Correspondent Peter Doocy asked if there is a "precedent for

people running for president after the FBI searched their sock drawer?"  "Here's what the president's going to focus on. He's going to focus on continuing to deliver for the

American people. That's his focus. That's what he focuses on every day," Jean-Pierre responded, adding that Biden does intend to run for president again in 2024.  In the

latest discovery, the Justice Department said it seized "six items consisting of documents with classification markings" from his Wilmington estate during a 13-hour "planned,

consensual search" by the FBI on Friday.  Some of the classified documents were from his time as a U.S. senator, and others were from his tenure as vice president in the

Obama administration.  BIDEN PREPARING FOR POTENTIAL 2024 RE-ELECTION BID BEHIND THE SCENES READ ON THE FOX NEWS APP Additional classified documents have also

been found in Biden's garage and personal library in Wilmington, as well as at the Penn Biden Center think tank on Nov. 2, 2022. "The president has been very clear that he

takes this very seriously when it comes to classified information, when it comes to classified documents, and that his team has been fully cooperative with this legal matter,"

Jean-Pierre said Monday, referring other questions to White House counsel.