Leaked documents reveal new details about Chinese spy balloon, report says

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The revelations continue after the leak of highly-classified documents, including new information about the Chinese spy balloon shot down earlier this year, according to a new report from the Washington Post. NBC News’ Ken Dilanian has the details on why the United States government for months didn’t know state secrets had been posted online.

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