Jen Psaki mows down reporter's question on if Biden will regret handing over Trump Capitol riot docs
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White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that President Joe Biden's administration is not worried about its decision to allow hand over of Trump-era documents to the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol.

A question came up during Thursday's press briefing over whether Biden would come to regret waiving executive privilege on Trump-era documents.

"Has there been any concern or conversation about what might happen one day when the shoe is on the other foot and if another administration of the other party comes in and says it's an extraordinary circumstance and they want to hand over documents that were deemed privileged by the Biden administration?" a reporter asked.

"I can assure you that this President has no intention to lead an insurrection on our nation's Capitol," Psaki replied.

"I anticipated that would be your answer almost word for word," the reporter replied.

"Oh, good," Psaki replied with a grin.

"I think it is ultimately important for people to understand and remember that January 6th was an incredibly dark day — one of the darkest days in our democracy," she explained. "There was an insurrection on our nation's Capitol."

"What we're talking about here is getting to the bottom of that," Psaki said. "Shouldn't everybody want to get to the bottom of that?"