Re: National Archives Disclose What Fat Tubby Wanted Kept Secret About 2020 Election

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Nov 9, 2021, 4:36:32 PM11/9/21
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> Specifics about former President Donald Trump's efforts to keep secret
the support from his White House for overturning his loss of the 2020
election were revealed in late-night court filings that detail more than
700 pages of handwritten notes, draft documents and daily logs his top
advisers kept related to January 6.
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> The National Archives outlined for the first time in a sworn declaration
what Trump wants to keep secret.
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> The records Trump wants to keep secret include handwritten memos from
his chief of staff about January 6, call logs of the then-President and
former Vice President Mike Pence and White House visitor records,
additional court records revealed early Saturday morning.
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> "In 2021, for the first time since the Civil War, the Nation did not
experience a peaceful transfer of power," the House Committee wrote. "The
Select Committee has reasonably concluded that it needs the documents of
the then-President who helped foment the breakdown in the rule of law. ...
It is difficult to imagine a more critical subject for Congressional
investigation."
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> Trump is trying to keep secret from the House more than 700 pages from
the files of his closest advisers up to and on January 6, according to a
sworn declaration from the National Archives' B. John Laster, which the
Biden administration submitted to the DC District Court on Saturday.
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> Those records include working papers from then-White House chief of
Staff Mark Meadows, the press secretary and a White House lawyer who had
notes and memos about Trump's efforts to undermine the election.
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> In the Meadows documents alone, there are three handwritten notes about
the events of January 6 and two pages listing briefings and telephone
calls about the Electoral College certification, the archivist said.
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> Laster's outline of the documents offers the first glimpse into the
paperwork that would reveal goings-on inside the West Wing as Trump
supporters gathered in Washington and then overran the US Capitol,
disrupting the certification of the 2020 vote.
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> Trump is also seeking to keep secret 30 pages of his daily schedule,
White House visitor logs and call records, Laster wrote. The call logs,
schedules and switchboard checklists document "calls to the President and
Vice President, all specifically for or encompassing January 6, 2021,"
Laster said.
> Those types of records could answer some of the most closely guarded
facts of what happened between Trump and other high-level officials,
including those under siege on Capitol Hill on January 6.
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> The records Trump wants to keep secret also include draft speeches, a
draft proclamation honoring two police officers who died in the siege and
memos and other documents about supposed election fraud and efforts to
overturn Trump's loss of the presidency.
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> https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/30/politics/donald-trump-house-democrats-
january-6-documents/index.html
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