(Trends Wide) — A federal judge will allow the United States House of Representatives access to hundreds of pages of documents from Donald Trump’s previous presidency and on the Jan. 6 attack on Capitol Hill, in what constitutes a strong rejection of recent attempts to Trump to control the information of his White House.
The ruling by Judge Tanya Chutkan, of the District Court in Washington, is a blow to Trump’s efforts to keep more than 700 pages of his White House records secret, and the decision is likely to be appealed by his legal team. .
However, now the National Archives is still on track to deliver to the House on Friday the White House call logs, video logs and timelines related to January 6, as well as three pages of handwritten notes from the then secretary. General Trump.
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