Watch Ted Cruz Flip-Flop on Live TV in 30 Seconds Flat

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on Tuesday called on the FBI to investigate Joe Biden’s son about classified documents found at the president’s home in Delaware and then seconds later suggested it was no big deal that documents were also found. Confidential in the former Vice. President Mike Pence’s home in Indiana.

“The FBI needs to search the files at the University of Delaware, and they need to search Hunter Biden’s home and business address,” Cruz said during an appearance on Fox Business Network’s “Kudlow.”

Host Larry Kudlow then asked him about classified documents discovered at Pence’s home near Indianapolis last week. Cruz didn’t seem so concerned about it.

“Oh look, the Mike Pence story, it’s still early days,” Cruz said. “He is a good friend and a good man. He has explained to me where they come from.

The White House has been under fire since it revealed that Biden’s lawyers found classified documents and official records on four separate occasions between November 2 and December 20 at the offices of the Penn Biden Center in Washington and at Biden’s home. .

Biden donated his sealed Senate records to the University of Delaware in 2012. Cruz has repeatedly asked the Justice Department to search for those documents. However, the university has said that only Biden and her appointees have access to the documents for up to two years after she leaves public office.

The Department of Justice has appointed a special prosecutor to investigate the matter.

On Tuesday, news broke that Pence had also mishandled sensitive material. According to Pence’s lawyer, “a small number of documents with classified marks” were found last week at the home of Donald Trump’s vice president.

In both cases, there is no indication that they were aware of the records’ presence, and it appears that the records were handed over within days of their discovery.

The two developments stand in stark contrast to the way former President Trump for months refused repeated requests by the National Archives to return classified material located at his Mar-a-Lago property in Florida after leaving office. Approximately 300 classified documents have been recovered from Trump’s properties since he left office in January 2021.

After the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago on Aug. 8, Cruz called it a politically motivated “fishing expedition.”

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