WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden is not claiming executive privilege over a tranche of documents sought by a House committee investigation into the Jan. 6 Capitol uprising.
This leads to a confrontation between Trump and former President. Trump has promised to stop data from Trump’s time at the White House being given to investigators.
You can request everything, from visitor logs to tweet posts. NBC NewsThese are reports. It also contains communications relating to Mike Pence, former Vice President,’s actions during this uprising.
White House attorney Dana Remus sent a letter to the United States archiver in which she stated that Biden determined that the invoking of executive privilege “isn’t in the best interests of the United States.”
Friday’s letter was received by the Associated Press. It was first reported on Friday by NBC News.