The computer stolen during the “takeover” of the Capitol is one of those used by Pelosi

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In response to reports that the laptop that Trump supporters stole during the attack on Capitol Hill was from US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, her aide said on January 8 that it was a device used only for presentations.

The laptop computer stolen in the January 6 attack on the Washington Capitol was stolen from a conference room in the offices of Nancy Pelosi, Drew Hamill, assistant speaker of the House of Commons, wrote on Twitter January 8. Representatives of the United States. According to him, it is a computer used for “presentations only”.

“A laptop was stolen from a conference room. He wrote on social media in response to a tweet from a Reuters reporter about the device that was stolen from the network. A laptop computer used only for presentations. Nancy Pelosi’s office in the Capitol Building.

Documents stolen from the Capitol on January 6

After learning that during the invasion of Capitol Hill on January 6, electronic devices and documents were stolen, Acting Federal Prosecutor Michael Sherwin in Washington said he was concerned about the national security of the states. United, according to Reuters. According to the official, this incident may “endanger national security.”

The United States remains in shock after the recent “takeover” by supporters of the outgoing president of the Capitol, where the US Congress sits. When Trump supporters stormed, both houses were witness to Joe Biden’s victory.

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