On Thursday, the FBI executed a search warrant at the home of Vice President Mike Pence in Washington, D.C. The search was part of an ongoing investigation into possible corruption and influence peddling by the vice president.
The FBI has been investigating Pence for months, looking into his connections to a number of foreign entities and individuals. The investigation has been focusing on the possibility that Pence may have used his position to influence U.S. foreign policy for the benefit of these entities and individuals.
The search warrant was issued by a federal judge and authorized the FBI to search Pence’s home for evidence related to the investigation. The FBI has not released any details about what they were looking for or what they found.
The investigation into Pence is part of a larger investigation into the Trump administration’s ties to foreign entities and individuals. The FBI has already indicted several former Trump associates, including former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
The search of Pence’s home is a major escalation in the investigation and could signal that the FBI is getting closer to the vice president. It is unclear if Pence is a target of the investigation or if the FBI is simply gathering more information.
The Trump administration has denied any wrongdoing and has accused the FBI of trying to undermine the president’s agenda. Pence has also denied any wrongdoing and has not been charged with any crime.
The investigation into Pence is ongoing and it is unclear when or if the FBI will make any further moves in the case. The search of Pence’s home is a sign that the FBI is taking the investigation seriously and is not afraid to take bold steps in pursuit of the truth.