Trump Makes Urgent Demand To Supreme Court

President Donald J. Trump Trump requested that the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) block the National Archives from releasing his White House records to the January 6 committee, citing executive privilege. It is expected that SCOTUS will take the case.

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Trump’s request comes after a federal Appeals Court panel ruled against him in earlier in February. They ruled in favor of the US House Committee on Jan. 6th, who are seeking records, calendars, and photographs from Trump.

The Appeals Court ruled that Trump ‘has provided no basis for this court to override President Biden’s judgment’ on executive privilege, without acknowledging a two-tier system of justice for Conservatives like Trump.

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The battle over exposing personal information and what is considered privileged discussion for Presidents follows a long and aggressive political pattern of the last five years of abuse aimed at Trump that can only be called political persecution.

A three-judge panel – two judges appointed by Democrat Barack Obama and one by Democrat Biden – and together unanimously upheld a lower court’s ruling denying Trump a preliminary injunction to stop the release of records, as reported by The Daily Mail.

The left feels morally superior about this situation because Democrat Joe Biden White House waived his privilege on the matter. Still, the media and the establishment in DC aren’t against Biden or the Democrats.

According to court documents, Trump lawyers argue Trump has a clear right to protect their confidential records from premature dissemination’.

Trump’s legal move is a constitutional challenge to SCOTUS that comes weeks after a D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals panel ordered the National Archives to hand over the materials to the committee.

Trump nominated three of the nine sitting justices who will consider his case.

Trump’s lawyers argue that ‘both the Constitution and the Presidential Records Act give former Presidents a clear right to protect their confidential records from premature dissemination. This case presents a clear threat to that right.’

Court documents show that the lawyers blasted the Appeals Court ruling as ‘troubling,’ writing that it ‘lacks any meaningful or objective limiting principle. In an increasingly partisan political climate, such records requests will become the norm regardless of what party is in power.’

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The Biden Administration has not sought to withhold the documents by invoking executive privilege, citing the seriousness of the events of Jan. 6th.

The Democrat-dominated Appeals Court panel was very aggressive about denying Trump his privacy rights.

‘On the record before us, former President Trump has provided no basis for this court to override President Biden’s judgment and the agreement and accommodations worked out between the Political Branches over these documents,’ the panel wrote.

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Biden had determined a privilege assertion is ‘not in the best interests of the United States’ given the ‘unique and extraordinary circumstances’ of the riot.

Trump sued House Jan. 6th Committee Chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) over the requests for documents following its requests for information held at the Archives.

The Committee has been abusing its subpoena power by harassing former officials, including former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, who failed to comply with a subpoena to appear.