White House Counsel Dana Remus wrote in a letter to Carolyn Maloney (Carolyn Maloney), Chairman of the House Oversight Committee: “This is to record all the White House at the end of each presidential term. The long-term practice of transferring time to the National Archives and Records Administration.”, New York Democrat.
Remus wrote: “Therefore, NARA is a suitable entity to meet your requirements, and there should be any records that can respond to your request; we have no custody of such records in the White House,” Remus wrote.
The chairman of the House Democratic Committee sent a letter on March 25 requesting documents before, during and after the attack on the Capitol, including the White House, federal agencies, local law enforcement agencies, and physical sergeants in the Senate and Senate.
The request includes the National Archives, and Leimus said it will now keep records of any response to the inquiry.
In the request sent to the White House, the Trump administration at the time was asked to provide specific communications and documents related to the incident on January 6-so far, this area is still in the investigation of the attack. Unknown.
The then President Trump spent a few days leading the rally on January 6. This rally urged his supporters to come to Washington before the Capitol was attacked, as lawmakers were preparing to vote to confirm Biden’s electorate. .
Trump, who spoke at the rally, based on his appeal, asking supporters to come to Washington with lies about the stolen election. None of Trump̵