The FBI showed up to former Vice President Mike Pence’s home in Indiana on Friday to search for classified materials after Pence’s legal team found classified documents inside the home last month.
Pence directed his team to search his home in Indiana and his office at his political advocacy group, Advancing American Freedom (AAF), following revelations that classified documents had been discovered in Biden’s office at the Penn Biden Center, a Washington think tank affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania. No classified papers turned up in the search of Pence’s offices at AAF.
The former vice president informed the National Archives of the discovery of classified government documents at his home in January, and the National Archives then informed the FBI about the discovery. The FBI later collected the material found at Pence’s home.
Aerial view of FBI presence at former VP Mike Pence’s Indiana home. Local police have blocked the driveway leading to the home. The feds showed up around 8:45 this morning. We’re still working to confirm whether or not this is related to the classified documents debacle. pic.twitter.com/ZJs9J4IDIc
— Max Lewis (@MaxLewisTV) February 10, 2023
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