State department inspector general Steve Linick on Wednesday turned over a "packet of propaganda" to Congress containing "disinformation" that was "circulated" in May.
That's according to a media briefing by Rep. Jamie Raskin, who said the new information "raises more questions than it answers".
"The existence of this packet and its history, raises profoundly troubling questions", Raskin said.
"Why was the secretary of state in possession of this packet? Why did he distribute it?" Raskin went on to ask.
"We are just beginning to examine the documents provided by the State Department Inspector General, but they appear to contain long-debunked theories and false statements about the former US Ambassador to Ukraine and one of President Trump’s political opponents", Bob Menendez remarked, in a statement. Here's what else Menendez had to say:
"We are still trying to get clarity on exactly what this is. The IG gave attendees a 40-page packet of what Raskin describes as conspiracy theories and propaganda about Ukraine [and] Biden that was addressed
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