By Bill Mears
Published August 23, 2022
The Biden White House, at the request of the Justice Department, signed
off to have the FBI and the intelligence community examine hundreds of
pages of classified documents former President Trump turned over to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), a newly-surfaced government letter reveals.
Debra Wall, NARA's acting head, penned a letter to Trump attorney Evan Corcoran May 10 revealing federal officials had been negotiating for
months with the Trump team over whether federal law enforcement and intelligence officials should be allowed to conduct a national security review or whether the material should be shielded under Trump’s
purported assertion of executive privilege.
The letter, posted Tuesday on the NARA website, indicates the Biden administration did not believe a former president could assert
executive privilege over material that, by law, had to be turned over
They don't believe? That doesn't sound like legal talk to me.
Shouldn't they know for sure what they are doing is legal before they
raid a former president's house?
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