Democrat Schiff says national security may have been jeopardized by Biden’s mishandling of classified docs

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., is not ruling out the possibility that national security may have been jeopardized by President Biden’s mishandling of classified

documents.  Schiff appeared on ABC’s "This Week" Sunday, after a third batch of classified documents was found at President Biden’s residence in Wilmington,

Delaware.  ABC’s Jonathan Karl asked Schiff whether it was possible national security had been jeopardized – an assessment Schiff made after the FBI seized classified

documents from former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in August.  "I don’t think we can exclude the possibility without knowing more of the facts," Schiff replied.

"We have asked for an assessment in the intelligence community of the Mar-a-Lago documents. I think we ought to get that same assessment of the documents found in the [Penn Biden

Center], as well as the home of President Biden."  White House lawyer Richard Sauber said Saturday that six pages of classified documents were found during a search of

Biden's private library. That announcement came after the discovery of documents found in December in Biden's garage and in November at his former offices at the Penn Biden Center

in Washington, from his time as vice president.  The apparent mishandling of classified documents and official records from the Obama administration is under investigation

by a former U.S. attorney, Robert Hur, who was appointed as a special counsel on Thursday by Attorney General Merrick Garland. READ ON THE FOX NEWS APP HOUSE DEM SAYS