Before leaving the White House, former US President Donald Trump took with him at least 700 pages of documents, some of which are classified under the highest secret level. The National Archives writes in a letter to Trump’s lawyer.
The letter in question was dated May 10, US media reported. Related to documents stored at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago country home in Florida and handed over in January.
The letter also stated that “it is the responsibility of the government to assess the possible damage caused by the manner in which the goods were stored and transported.” The correspondence preceded the FBI search two weeks ago. Then other documents, in which Classified as part secretbrought
The National Archives is a federal agency that oversees the preservation and archiving of historical (government) documents.
The Trump House search is on Attracted a lot of attention In America. Trump noted that he released the documents in question as president: A sitting president has broad powers to declassify documents. But for that, many official steps have to be followed.
Trump’s attorneys served on Monday A complaint should be lodged against the Govt. He wants to hire an independent auditor to investigate the seized items. He has requested that the investigation should be stopped till then. Carrying documents is a criminal offence. Trump, 76, says the Justice Department’s actions against him are politically motivated.
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