Supreme Court Won’t Stop Congress From Accessing Jan. 6 Files, Despite Lawsuit From Trump

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court rejected former President Donald Trump’s request to block the National Archives from handing over about 800 pages of Trump Administration records to the House committee investigating the Capitol riot.

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On Wednesday, the Supreme Court rejected former President Donald Trump ’s request to block the National Archives from handing over about 800 pages of Trump Administration records to the House committee investigating the Capitol riot.

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that the House committee had no legislative reason to “rifle through the confidential, presidential papers of a former president to meet political objectives or advance a case study.” A federal appeals court ruled last month that President Joe Biden’s decision not to withhold the documents, and Congress’s stated need for the material, outweighed Trump’s concerns.

Crucial Quote“Congress is examining an assault on our Constitution and democratic institutions provoked and fanned by those sworn to protect them, and the conduct under investigation extends far beyond typical deliberations concerning the proper discharge of the President’s constitutional responsibilities,” White House counsel Dana A. Remus

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argued that the House committee had no legislative reason to “rifle through the confidential, presidential papers of a former president to meet political objectives or advance a case study.” A federal appeals court ruled last month that President Joe Biden’s decision not to withhold the documents, and Congress’s stated need for the material, outweighed Trump’s concerns. Crucial Quote “Congress is examining an assault on our Constitution and democratic institutions provoked and fanned by those sworn to protect them, and the conduct under investigation extends far beyond typical deliberations concerning the proper discharge of the President’s constitutional responsibilities,” White House counsel Dana A. Remus wrote in October, when denying Trump’s request to withhold the documents under executive privilege. “The constitutional protections of executive privilege should not be used to shield, from Congress or the public, information that reflects a clear and apparent effort to subvert the Constitution itself.” Further Reading