Donald Trump’s behavior continues to suggest that he has much to hide over what he was up to while the January 6th Capitol riots were unfolding. We’re now learning that Trump has filed another emergency motion to block documents from the National Archives from being brought to congressional investigators. This is strange, since the judge looking into the matter hasn’t yet ruled on the Trump team’s previous objections. The archives have the intention of turning over the documents to Congress by Friday unless the court intervenes. Trump’s lawyer, Jesse Binnall, issued the second request to Judge Tanya Chutkan so that his team would have a chance to appeal the decision if it doesn’t go in the ex-president’s favor. Binnall said about this, “this case should be decided after thorough but expeditious consideration pursuant to America’s judicial review process, both before this Court and on appeal, not by a race against the clock.” It’s important to point out that just because these records may be turned over to Congress in the coming days, that doesn’t mean they will be made available for public release. This means that Trump still has several ways to avoid facing any public scrutiny over his alleged wrongdoing surrounding the January 6th insurrection.
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