House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said she's not concerned about what was on a laptop computer stolen from her office when protesters stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
"I’m not concerned about that particular laptop," Pelosi told MSNBC in an interview broadcast on Tuesday.
"But that doesn’t matter. It could be any laptop. And anytime a constituent writes to a member of Congress it’s confidential, that is personal with that person conveying their concern, their own situation—whether it relates to Social Security or immigration, whatever it is—it's a secret, it's confidential. So for them to take that is a violation not only of my office but of my connection to my constituents," she added.
Pelosi said in the new interview that the computer "happened to be one that we used for Zooms and stuff like that, I think. I don't know what other information could be on there."
Trying to sell the computer to a hostile foreign power could "jeopardize all kinds of information," she said.
Protesters stole numerous items while inside the Capitol on Jan. 6, including a nameplate from the Speaker's Lobby, at least one other computer, and mail. Nearly 100 have been hit with federal charges.