Former US President Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit against the Congressional commission investigating the attack on Capitol Hill on January 6 in an attempt to keep the documents concerning his presidency kept by the National Archives secret. In the case, the former president claims the ‘executive privilege’ of confidentiality – a privilege that his successor denied him – attacking the request “carried out with the open approval of Biden” and turns – it is explained in the complaint – “to investigate in unconstitutional way on Trump and his administration. “
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In August, the congressional panel had asked the National Archives to deliver an exhaustive list of documents relating both to the period in which Trump was in office and to the one immediately following the assault on Capitol Hill.