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Photos show Trump scrambling for documents inside a bathroom

The images will be in a book by journalist Maggie Haberman; This practice is illegal in the United States because it violates the Presidential Records Act

Pictures revealed This Monday (8.Aug.2022) via digital newspaper Axes The former US president revealed that Donald Trump He threw the official documents down the toilet.

The photographs were provided by the journalist The New York TimesMaggie Haberman, and will be in her book A man of faith: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America” (The Trustworthy Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breakdown of America). The film is slated to release on October 4.

Haberman obtained the records through an unnamed White House source. They were too Published Journalist on his Twitter profile.

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The photo on the left shows a room in the White House, and the one on the right was taken during Trump’s foreign trip.

The contents of the documents are not clear from the images. But the surname of Rep. Elise Stefanik from upstate New York can be seen in the photo on the right. The Republican Party is known for supporting Donald Trump. In the post on the left, there is the word “Eligibility” (Qualifiedin English) and correspondence “I” In the capital.

“Trump’s habit of ripping paper that needs to be pasted is well known. sI am not in the habit of throwing them away.”The journalist said on his Twitter account.

Both practices are considered illegal because, in the United States, there is a Presidential Records Act “Notes, letters, memos, e-mails, faxes, and other written communications of a President’s official duties during his term of office.” to be protected.

On February 10, United States National Archives Administration he asked The US House is investigating former President Donald Trump’s alleged manipulation of presidential documents during his time in the White House.

An agency attached to the official residence said at the time that 15 boxes of documents had been recovered from the former president’s home in Florida. Instead of files, Trump would have handed over torn papers.

In an interview AxesHaberman said the practice of ripping up and flushing documents in the toilet is common at the White House and has happened at least twice while traveling abroad, his sources said.

What Trump Says

Taylor Pudovich, a spokesman for the former president, denied the allegations. said Axes That it is necessary to exist “Too desperate to sell a book if pictures of paper in a toilet are part of their advertising plan”.

He also mentioned that there are people “Enough willingness to create stories” for “attract” Press. “The media is willing to do anything as long as it’s against ex-president Trump”said.

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