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National Archives Recovers White House Records From Trump's Mar-a-Lago

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National Archives Recovers
White House Records , From Trump's Mar-a-Lago.
'The Washington Post' reports the National Archives and Records Administration recovered several boxes from former U.S. President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence last month.
The boxes reportedly contained
documents and items meant to be
preserved by the archival agency.
Trump advisers deny the former
president had removed the boxes from
the White House with nefarious intent.
The boxes reportedly contain correspondence between Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong-un, as well as a letter that former President Barack Obama had written him upon leaving office.
The boxes reportedly contain correspondence between Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong-un, as well as a letter that former President Barack Obama had written him upon leaving office.
The Presidential Records Act requires administrations to preserve and record the correspondence of the commander in chief.
The only way that a president
can really be held accountable
long term is to preserve a
record about who said what,
who did what, what policies
were encouraged or adopted, , Linsday Chervinsky, presidential historian, via 'The Washington Post'.
... and that is such an important part of the long-term scope of accountability — beyond just elections and campaigns. , Linsday Chervinsky, presidential historian, via 'The Washington Post'.
Experts say they aren't surprised with the polarizing former president's actions,
noting the “unconventional nature of
how this White House operated.”.
That they didn’t follow rules is not a shock, Linsday Chervinsky, presidential historian, via 'The Washington Post'.
Legal experts say there is potential for Trump to be penalized via federal records laws,
but such actions are considered unlikely

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