On Thursday, the federal appeals court rejected Trump and his effort to block the sham J6 Committee from accessing WH records.
He gave an executive privilege with more than hundreds of pages of documents, but Biden said that the records must be released to Congress.
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Trump will file an emergency appeal with the US Supreme Court. The panel consisting of 3 judges for the DC Circuit Court of Appeals gave Trump two weeks to petition the Supreme Court before the Archives can begin turning the records over to the J6 committee.
House lawyers said that the committee requires Trump’s records “to complete a thorough investigation into how the actions of the former president, his advisers, and other government officials may have contributed to the attack on Congress to impede the peaceful transfer of presidential power.”
“On the record before us, former President Trump has provided no basis for this court to override President Biden’s judgment and the agreement and accommodations worked out between the Political Branches over these documents,” Judge Patricia Millett shared in her 68-page opinion for the panel.
“Both Branches agree that there is a unique legislative need for these documents and that they are directly relevant to the Committee’s inquiry into an attack on the Legislative Branch and its constitutional role in the peaceful transfer of power.”