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National Archives releasing new tranche of records from Trump White House to Jan. 6 committee

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"Certain custodians" are to be looked at in this new batch of records. Interesting.


April 28 (UPI) -- The National Archives is set to release a new tranche of documents to the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack at the U.S. Capitol.


In his letter, Remus noted that Biden's administration had "reached an accommodation" with the committee to prioritize documents "related to certain custodians" in the latest tranche of records.

Prior to the last release, the House Jan. 6 committee agreed to defer requests for certain records after Biden's White House determined that many of the documents did not pertain to the Capitol attack or involve deliberations by the National Security Council, potentially setting a precedent that could compromise presidential decision-making.
 

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Trump email: "If those idiots think I'm going with them to break into the Capitol and stop the proceeding, they're as stupid as I imagine."
 

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"Certain custodians" are to be looked at in this new batch of records. Interesting.


April 28 (UPI) -- The National Archives is set to release a new tranche of documents to the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack at the U.S. Capitol.


In his letter, Remus noted that Biden's administration had "reached an accommodation" with the committee to prioritize documents "related to certain custodians" in the latest tranche of records.

Prior to the last release, the House Jan. 6 committee agreed to defer requests for certain records after Biden's White House determined that many of the documents did not pertain to the Capitol attack or involve deliberations by the National Security Council, potentially setting a precedent that could compromise presidential decision-making.
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