The US government agency that takes care of the conservation of governmental records has actually asked the justice department to investigate Donald Trump for his handling of main documents.

US presidents are required by legislation to move all of their letters, work records as well as emails to the National Archives.

Yet officials state the former president unlawfully destroyed several papers.

A few of them had to be taped back together, the Archives stated.

It has likewise emerged that 15 boxes of papers that Mr Trump ought to have handed over when he left the White Residence were instead taken to his house in Florida.

They include letters between Mr Trump and also the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and also the presidential handover letter from Barack Obama.

Mr Trump has actually encountered the National Archives in the past. He unsuccessfully sued in an initiative to stop the transfer of White House records to a legislative committee exploring the January 6 riot on the United States Capitol.

In a declaration, Mr Trump recognized participation with the National Archives.

” The media’s characterisation of my relationship with NARA [National Archives as well as Records Management] is Fake Information. It was precisely the contrary! It was an excellent honour to work with NARA to assist officially maintain the Trump Legacy,” he said.

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Last Updated: 10 Feb 2022