FBI to search Pence’s Indiana home for more classified documents


The FBI is expected to search former Vice. President Mike Pence’s Indiana home for classified. Documents within days, three law enforcement officials told todaystrend News.

The planned search was first reported by The Wall Street Journal last week.

In a letter to the National Archives last month, Pence’s counsel said a “small number” of classified. Documents were found at the Indiana house on January 16. The lawyer,  After Pence asked “outside counsel.” After discovering classified records at President Joe Biden’s. Delaware home in Wilmington, Delaware, to find documents marked as classified.

End of the Trump administration” and that the former vice president. “Was unaware of the existence of sensitive or classified. Documents at his private house.”

The FBI searched Biden’s home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware last week. Bob Bauer, Biden’s personal lawyer, said no classified documents.

“Consistent with Wilmington’s process, DOJ has taken for further review.

Certain materials and handwritten. Notes that appear to. Be related to his time as vice president.” Bauer said in a statement Wednesday.

The FBI before searched the offices of the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy. And Global Engagement in mid-November when classified documents. Were found there on Nov. 2, todaystrend News reported last week.

Attorney General Merrick Garland on January 12 appointed. Robert Hurr as special counsel to review Obama-era . Material found at Biden’s Delaware house and the Penn Biden Center. House Republicans have also launched an investigation into the issue.

The discovery of the documents at the homes of Biden.

and Pence comes amid a DOJ investigation into former President.  FBI agents conducted a search of Trump’s Florida estate in August and found more than 100. documents, including some marked top secret. In December, two more documents with classified markings .

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