Ro Khanna, a Democrat from California, said that he was not able to explain how classified information ended up in the home of President Joe Biden.
On Fox News, Congressman Ro Khanna stated that the documents should not have been in the house. He also said that he was not allowed to take them out of the SCIF, and he was not able to explain how they got there. The FBI searched Biden's home in Wilmington, Delaware, on Friday. During their search, they found classified materials in various areas, including an office used by the president.
Robert Hur was appointed as the special counsel to look into the matter. On August 8, the FBI raided the Mar-a-Lago estate of Donald Trump, where it was alleged that classified materials were taken. Despite Trump's claims that he declassified the documents, the agency carried out the raid.
In response, Khanna asked why there was a process that was not followed to prevent classified materials from being taken out of the executive branch. He also noted that no one can defend the president's decision to have these documents in his home.
Neither the White House nor Special Counsel Robert Hur would comment on the situation.
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