House committee asks National Archives to ensure Trump has no more classified documents


Sept. 13 (UPI) -- The chair of the House committee on oversight and reform is asking the National Archives and Records Administration to ensure former President Donald Trump

Donald Trump has no further classified documents in his possession.

Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., sent a letter Tuesday to acting NARA archivist Debra Steidel Wall, asking her to take the lead in the matter.

"I am deeply concerned that sensitive presidential records may remain out of the control and custody of the U.S. Government," Maloney wrote in the letter.

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Mr. Trump may still be retaining sensitive government records at Mar-a-Lago or his other properties

I urge NARA to seek a personal certification from Donald Trump that he has surrendered all presidential records that he illegally removed from the White House after leaving office.

I also ask that the agency conduct an urgent review of presidential records recovered from the Trump White House to assess whether presidential records

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