A second search of former Vice President Mike Pence’s Indiana home by the F.B.I. on Friday has turned up more documents with at least one being marked “classified.”
The search today was the result of an agreement between the F.B.I. and Pence’s team.
From the New York Times:
Mr. Pence and his aides had agreed to the search after they discovered a small number of classified documents there last month. The search, which the adviser described as “thorough and unrestricted,” also yielded six additional pages without such markings.
“The vice president has directed his legal team to continue its cooperation with appropriate authorities and to be fully transparent through the conclusion of this matter,” Mr. Pence’s adviser, Devin O’Malley, added.
Pence’s aides searched his home last month out of caution after documents were found at President Biden’s residence. Upon finding documents marked “classified,” Team Pence immediately notified the Justice Department.
Read the full report here.
Breaking News: The FBI found one classified document after searching Mike Pence’s Indiana home, his adviser said. https://t.co/X02QGVc55E
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