Report: National Archives Requested Trump’s Records With Kim Jong Un

An email from May 2021 shows that the National Archives requested former President Donald Trump’s lawyers account for his correspondence with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

The message was a part of the National Archives’ push to obtain records they had seemingly lost after Trump left office and released publicly on Monday after over 50 Freedom of Information Act requests were filed.

In the email, National Archives General Counsel Gary Stern asked Trump’s legal team for their assistance in receiving lost documents relevant under the Presidential Records Act, including several ones specifically requested.

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