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University of Delaware Says It Has No Plans to Release Joe Biden’s Senate Papers

University of Delaware Says It Has No Plans to Release Joe Biden's Senate Papers

The University of Delaware told CNN that there are still no plans to make Joe Biden’s Senate papers public now, as pressure grows on Biden to release records that could potentially shed light on the sexual assault allegation from former staffer Tara Reade.

The University of Delaware said in a statement that the school is still “curating the collection” and the process is not expected to end until well into 2021. And even after the curation is finished, a spokeswoman for the school told CNN, the school would not release the papers until two years after Biden retires from public life.

“The University of Delaware received the Biden Senatorial Papers as a gift from Vice President Biden. We are currently curating the collection, a process that we estimate will carry at least into the spring of 2021,” spokeswoman Andrea Boyle said in the statement.

“As the curating process is not complete, the papers are not yet available to the public, and we are not able to identify what documents or files can be found within the collection.”

Biden said in a statement on Friday morning that his papers at the university do not contain personnel files. But, he said, personnel files from the Senate during those days would be kept at the National Archives.

“I am requesting that the Secretary of the Senate ask the Archives to identify any record of the complaint she alleges she filed and make available to the press any such document. If there was ever any such complaint, the record will be there,” Biden said.

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