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The report concludes a yearlong saga after classified documents were found at Biden's home in Delaware.
The former president allegedly spoke about the vessels during an event at his Mar-a-Lago club after he left the White House.
The conservative attorney has a stark warning for the former US president.
“No tapes were deleted. He turned them over,” lawyer Alina Habba said of Mar-a-Lago security video. “He cooperated as he always does.”
“This is prosecutorial misconduct used at a level never seen before,” the former president told Fox News Digital.
"This was a law that was passed and signed," the former president said of the nonexistent legislation.
Joyce Vance said the new piece of information means the former president "won’t be able to claim he never saw the documents."
The former president's 2016 comments attacking Hillary Clinton were unearthed by CNN's KFile.
The former president's own words caught on tape could come back to haunt him at trial.
“I have a big pile of papers. This thing just came up," the former president said in the clip.