Joe Biden took everyone by surprise with this one answer about his classified documents scandal

Vice President Joe Biden gives a speech at the Georgia Ports Authority's Garden City Ocean Terminal about the importance of infrastructure investment to exports, economic competitiveness, and job creation in Savannah, Ga., Sept. 16, 2013. (U.S. Army photo by Tracy Robillard/Released)

Joe Biden is on the hot seat from his growing classified documents scandal.

Biden revealed something that on one ever expected.

And Joe Biden took everyone by surprise with this one answer about his classified documents scandal.

The carefully-crafted narrative from the White House is collapsing in Joe Biden’s growing classified documents scandal.

Democrats are pushing the narrative that Biden accidently took a few documents with him and has been cooperating with federal investigators the entire time.

This phony narrative is starting to unravel as more and more damning evidence comes to light.

Biden answered one question with the same response he previously ripped former President Donald Trump for giving.

The President sat down with PBS for an interview with Judy Woodruff, where she asked him about the classified documents scandal.

“You said just possessing classified documents is ‘totally irresponsible?’ So, what was totally irresponsible about the fact that you had them?” Woodruff asked.

During an interview with CBS’s 60 Minutes last September, Biden ripped former President Donald Trump for allegedly taking classified documents from the White House to his Mar-a-Lago home.

When Biden was asked for his thoughts on Trump’s situation, he called the former President “totally irresponsible.”

“How could that possibly happen?” Biden replied. “How could anyone be that irresponsible? And I thought, ‘What data was in there that may compromise sources and methods?'”

Now that the shoe is on the other foot, Biden gave a surprising answer to Woodruff.

“They’ve informed me not to speak to this issue, to try not to prejudice the investigation that is going on,” Biden replied.

The President is staying silent on the issue after he attacked Trump for doing the same thing during the Ukraine sham impeachment.

Biden attacked Trump for considering taking the 5th Amendment, which provides Constitutional protections against self-incrimination, in potential testimony to former Special Counsel Robert Mueller in the Russian collusion witch hunt.

Biden said that Trump taking the 5th Amendment would be “abdicating the responsibility of the Presidency.”

Now that the tables are turned, Biden is keeping mum on the advice of his attorneys.

Biden tried to shift the blame for the scandal to the people who “packed up my office” for not doing a detailed search of his papers.

He described the classified documents retrieved by federal authorities as “stray papers.”

The President tried to push the lie that he’s been fully cooperating with the investigation.

“I’m not at liberty, and I’m not even sure, I made it voluntarily, no one’s had to threaten to do anything, I volunteer everything I have for them to come and look and search my home — spend hours searching my home,” Biden said. “I invited them.”

The FBI threatened to get a search warrant after Biden’s personal attorneys found classified documents at his Delaware home.

Joe Biden is quickly running out of excuses with his growing classified documents scandal.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.