Classified documents found at Pence’s home in Indiana

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Secret token documents were found last week at former Vice President Mike Pence’s Indiana home, officials confirmed Tuesday.

Pence’s team informed the National Archives on January 18 that a small number of documents had been “accidentally boxed and transported to the home of the former vice president” at the end of the last administration. Pence was “unaware of the existence of any sensitive or classified material in his personal residence,” his attorney wrote to the records.

The discoveries at Pence’s residence come as President Biden faces mounting criticism, which also came from Pence, over the discovery of classified documents in Biden’s former office at a Washington, D.C. think tank and at his home. in Delaware.

Greg Jacob, the attorney representing Pence, wrote to the records that Pence had hired an outside attorney experienced in handling classified documents to review documents stored in his personal home after several classified documents were discovered earlier this month in Biden’s home in Delaware.

Lawyers who conducted the search found “a small number of documents that may contain sensitive or classified information scattered throughout the files.”

Pence’s team was unable to provide an exact number of recovered documents or additional descriptions of the materials, as they had been put away until they could be turned over to the National Archives.

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