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ICYMI: Rubio Joins Hannity

Jan 30, 2023 | Press Releases

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) joined Hannity to discuss the mishandling of classified documents and the bipartisan push for oversight. Watch the full interview on Youtube and Rumble.

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On the bipartisan letter regarding the mishandled classified documents:
 
“We had a letter in the Intelligence Committee. It was a bipartisan letter, because it was sent by the chairman, who is a Democrat—Mark Warner—and myself. Their [DOJ’s] answer was that [briefing the Intelligence Committee on the documents] would imperil the investigation. It’s a silly letter. It’s a ridiculous letter. It doesn’t even answer the question we asked. 
 
“This is very straightforward. We are the committee charged with making sure that our intelligence agencies are doing a good job. Part of their job is to protect classified information from espionage and from putting our country in danger. We know that there are letters and documents and material—the media seems to know more about it than Congress does—that are out there, that were not stored properly, in [President Biden’s] garage or whatever. We want to know what those materials are. 
 
“The Justice Department possesses them, but the intelligence community knows what they are, and they are refusing to tell us which materials they are. It’s not that we’re not cleared. We’ve probably seen some of these documents in materials over the years. They won’t tell us which ones they are. 
 
“How can we know if any damage has been done and whether the plan to mitigate that damage is sufficient if we don’t know what we’re talking about? Their refusal to tell us what was exposed is not sustainable. It’s not acceptable. And I think you’re going to begin to see us take action, I expect on a bipartisan basis, until they do.”
 
On the goal of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence:
 
“I’m not asking for details about their investigation. I simply want to know what the materials are. That’s all I want to know. I want to know what the materials are. I want to know what the intelligence agencies have concluded is the damage that was done from those materials being taken. And I want to know what plan we have to deal with that damage.… But we can’t know that if we don’t know what the material is. And their refusal to tell us is unacceptable and unsustainable, and there are going to be consequences. I hope they’ll voluntarily begin to cooperate.”