The National Archives discovered Trump had kept the documents shortly after he resigned, and spent 18 months trying to retrieve them.
“I also know that approximately 20 boxes of original presidential records were kept in the White House Mansion during President Trump’s last year in office and have not been transferred to NARA despite Pat Cipollone’s decision. In an email to Trump’s attorneys in May 2021, Gary Stern, the agency’s lead attorney, wrote, according to a copy seen by The Washington Post.
A previously unreported email — sent about 100 days after the former president resigned and with the subject line “Need for Assistance with Presidential Records” — said that archives officials said Trump’s white It shows how quickly we realized that many documents were missing from the House. It also shows the countless efforts made by archival officials over his 18 months to get the documents back, resulting in his Mar-a, President Trump’s mansion in Florida, earlier this month. -At Lago he was raided by the FBI.
There appears to be a voluminous paper trail documenting efforts made by the federal government to retrieve documents stolen by Donald Trump. I agree with you.
Donald Trump’s defense of keeping classified documents fades with each passing day. The government bent backwards to respond to Trump. Reality Winner, for example, was sentenced to five years and three months in prison for mishandling one classified document.
Failed ex-president gets special treatment, he still wants the documents back what he falsely claims to be his own.
Trump is feeling more guilty by the day.
Mr. Easley is Editor-in-Chief. He is also a White House press pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy with a specialization in the social reform movement.
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