Former Vice President Mike Pence's home in Indiana was visited by the FBI on Friday in search of classified materials. The investigation was prompted by Pence's legal team's discovery of classified documents at his home last month.
On Friday, the FBI arrived at Pence’s home in Indiana to search for classified materials. Pence’s legal team had conducted a search of the home last month and found classified documents. It is unclear at this time if the FBI found anything during their search.
The discovery of classified documents in the home of the former vice president has raised questions about whether Pence violated any laws regarding the handling of classified information.
The National Archives were informed of the discovery and reported it to the FBI, who then collected the material. The FBI revisited Pence's home on Friday, though it is uncertain if any classified materials were found.
This incident has caused some to speculate whether Pence had committed any laws dealing with the handling of classified information.
The documents were originally discovered when Pence's office at Advancing American Freedom, a political advocacy group, was investigated following revelations of documents found in President Biden's office at the Penn Biden Center.
No classified materials were found during the investigation of Pence's office at AAF.