"Probably closer to the truth than we know! #JoeGottaGo 🤣😂," she wrote alongside the photo.
One person wrote, "No doubt Biden is being pushed out. Things could get a lot worse. Have to wonder how they’ll get rid of Kamala, next," while another said, "100% true. It was his plan all along."
A third person added, "Raid Obama now for documents!"
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"Trump: Has declassification authority Biden: ZERO declassification authority Trump: One SECURE location Biden: Multiple UNSECURE locations Trump: National Archives was aware Biden: National Archives wasn't aware Yes, there's a difference," she wrote on Twitter.
Some disputed Guilfoyle's points. One person said, "you forgot Trump: not cooperating Biden: is cooperating. that makes a difference," while another said, "I trust you as much as I trust your current bone structure."
A third person added, "Take a tip from an old friend. Run…run as fast as you can away from that family!"
On Saturday, January 14, Richard Sauber, White House special counsel, said that six pages of documents with classification markings were found at Biden's Wilmington home.
“The DOJ officials with me immediately took possession of them,” Sauber said in the statement.
As OK! previously reported, in early January, Sauber revealed there had been "a small number of documents with classified markings" discovered by Biden's legal team while they were cleaning out rooms at the Penn Biden Center — where he had a personal office after leaving the vice presidency in 2017.
"Since that discovery, the President’s personal attorneys have cooperated with the Archives and the Department of Justice in a process to ensure that any Obama-Biden Administration records are appropriately in the possession of the Archives," Sauber explained at the time.