National Archives asks DOJ to investigate Trump’s handling of White House records: report


The National Archives and Records Administration has asked the Justice Department to examine Donald Trump’s handling of White House records, the Washington Post reported Wednesday. That has sparked discussions among federal law-enforcement officials about whether they should investigate the former president for a possible crime, the Post said, citing people familiar with the matter. As the Post reports, the referral from the National Archives came amid revelations that officials recovered 15 boxes of materials from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida that were not handed in to the government as they should have been.

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