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After searching in Mar-a-Lago, Meadows turns over more texts and emails to archives

Submitting Meadows to the archives was part of of request for all electronic communications subject to the Presidential Records Act. The archive has been aware of this before. year he didn’t have everything from Meadows, seeing what he turned over to the House Select Committee to Investigate on January 6, 2021. Details of Meadows’ submission to the archives and clash between the two sides has not been previously reported.

“Could be a coincidence, but within a week of search August 8 on Mar-a-Lago, a lot more started coming in” one familiar source with talked discussion.

The records that Meadows turned over to the Archive were not classified, and the situation is markedly different from the Archives’ attempts to obtain federal documents from Trump and turn them over to the Justice Department earlier year when classifying materials were found among documents the agency recovered from Mar-a-Lago.

Source familiar with discussions suggested that the Archives believed that Meadows was cooperating, although the process was slow.

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“It how it must work,” the source added saying it wasn’t true of Situation to be referred to the Ministry of Justice.

Another familiar person with case said FBI search of Mar-a-Lago had nothing to do with Meadows decision turn over in materials to the Archive, as it was a separate discussion.

However, it’s an awkward position. for Trump former main of staff to be in like Meadows also was busy in attempts to force Trump to return documents to the National Archives with last year, sources tell CNN. Meadows one of Appointed by Trump to the archives and he intervened in summer of 2021 after being contacted by another commissioner, former Trump White House deputy adviser Pat Philbin.

While he was in Mar-a-Lago last summer, Meadows spoke with Sources said Trump was talking about the documents the Archive was trying to return. Meadows went on work with Archives in his efforts to recover documents since then, according to sources.

representative for meadows declined to comment. The National Archives did not immediately respond to a request. for comment.

Meadows engagement with Archive and its discussions with Trump highlights ongoing efforts made by the Archives on receive federal records from Trump that led to last month of unprecedented FBI search of in former Residence of the President.

Trump turned over 15 boxes of documents to the archive in January, but additional documents with secret marks remained in Mar-a-Lago. Federal investigators tried to return these documents over in June through grand subpoenaed a jury and obtained a search warrant last month after receipt of evidence that not all classified material has been provided.

The Department of Justice stated in court documents unsealed on Friday that the FBI retrieved more over 100 secret documents, including 18 with “Top secret markings – from Trump’s resort in Mar-a-Lago during a search on August 8, along with more over 11,000 unclassified government documents, press clippings, gifts and clothes.

Washington Post first reported that Meadows had applied over materials archive last month.

Trump has been advised in recent months to cut contact with Meadows, whose actions leading up to and on day of US Capitol attack were scrutinized by the House of Representatives panel investigation on January 6, the sources said. This was reported by a source close to Trump. former The President did not break off relations completely with Meadows, Trump complained about Meadows in conversations with other allies.

“Their relationship is not what it once was” while they served in The White House, a source told CNN.

Engagement with the Archive with meadows over electronic communications in his possession began when he realized that the January 6 committee had received tapes that were not in the archives and were thought to fall under the Presidential Records Act. This was previously reported by CNN. year content of more over 2,300 text messages that Meadows selectively provided to the House of Representatives panel in the period between Election Day 2020 and the inauguration of President Joe Biden.

Beyond text messages, Meadows also recently provided Archive with about a dozen letters one the source said.

“This is the category of communication that was on personal devicebut you have to transfer it over”, said the source. “He was obliged ensure what’s his PR materials were saved and converted over.”

back-and forward between the Archives and Meadows walked on for some time, and between initial contact and first batch that was provided, according to one source.

In recent weeks, Meadows’ lawyers have agreed over materials to the archives that Meadows had already general with Congress for special committee investigation of 6 January. Meadows agreed to provide material to the Archive, although its legal team claims he believes he is not covered by the Presidential Records Act.

After the archives made of his request, Meadows and his lawyers reviewed his messages and passed over what they believed was covered by the Presidential Archives Act, one the source said. There are clippings in the law detailing that materials no need need to provide to the Archive, for example, messages that were mostly personal or political in nature.

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