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Storming the Capital – Trump sues for leaking files

Donald Trump supporters attack US Congress seat in Washington on January 6

Donald Trump supporters attack US Congress seat in Washington on January 6

Source: dpa / Seth Wenig

In order to deal with the events of the Capitol attack, the Commission of Inquiry has requested access to important documents. Former President Donald Trump is taking legal action against it.

D.Former US President Donald Trump wants to legally block the release of documents to a congressional committee investigating the January 6 capital attack. U.S. media reported that Trump’s lawyer, Jesse, was on trial Monday (local time) in a federal court in the US capital, Washington.

Trump insists on the so-called executive. It is the right of the President to withhold certain information from Congress or the courts. The White House, on the other hand, has announced that Trump’s successor, Joe Biden, will not stop transferring documents from the National Archives to the Congressional Committee.

Trump’s lawsuit alleges that the congressional committee’s requirements for the documents were “unprecedented in scope and scope and have no legitimate legal purpose.” The demand for a national archive is illegal and helps to “persecute” Trump and other high-ranking members of his administration. For example, the panel heard all documents related to Trump or other individuals’ statements on January 6th. Biden’s desire to release documents is “a political ploy to accommodate his party allies.”

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