Some of the classified documents Donald Trump stole are too sensitive to be discussed publicly
Last week it was revealed that some of the classified documents taken by former President Donald Trump to his Florida resort Mar-a-Lago were so secret that their contents cannot even be described publicly.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D. NY), the chair of the House Oversight Committee, wrote a letter to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) that was made public last weekend.
Maloney is asking for more information as it seems that some of the records recovered from Trump’s Florida residence are so sensitive they may not be able to be described in inventory reports in a way that can be unclassified.
Maloney says it appears “to be the largest-scale violations of the presidential records act since its enactment.”
In a letter to David Ferriero, archivist of the United States, Maloney asked for information including a detailed description of the contents of boxes recovered from Mar-a-Lago and also demanded information about any records that Trump had destroyed or attempted to destroy as President.
The letter was dated Feb. 24 and also asked NARA to give them documents and communications related to the use of personal messaging accounts for official business by administration officials.
Trump, of course, denies he or his administration have done anything wrong after it was discovered that he had brought 15 boxes of documents, many classified, to Florida, after leaving office in January 2021, instead of handing them over to the National Archives, which is required by law.
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