Concerns are growing within President Biden’s re-election team about the potential impact of the ongoing investigation led by special counsel Robert Hur into Biden’s handling of classified documents. Although aides to Biden do not foresee criminal charges, they anticipate that the report may include embarrassing details, potentially accompanied by photos, exposing how Biden stored classified materials in his garage and private office. The discovery of classified documents from the Obama era in Biden’s possession has raised alarms, and there is apprehension that Donald Trump could leverage Hur’s report to draw comparisons with the felony charges Trump faces for retaining classified documents post-presidency. Despite the belief that the investigation is concluded, the timing of the final report’s release remains uncertain. Attorney General Merrick Garland has committed to making the special counsel’s report public to the extent permitted by law, adding to existing tensions between Biden’s team and the Justice Department. Even without criminal charges, aides fear that the report’s details could be politically damaging, particularly given the potential release of photos depicting Biden’s document storage practices. The situation underscores the delicate intersection of legal investigations and their political ramifications for the Biden administration.