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US News: Capitol Attack: Justice validates the transfer to the Congress of documents that may involve Trump

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A court authorized Thursday the transfer to the Congress of Documents which could involve Donald Trump in the january attack on the Capitol, a setback for the former president who does not intend to stay there.

This is the second second judicial lapel of a row for the former president. The three judges of the Court of Appeal confirm the decision taken at first instance. According to themselves, Donald Trump does not have the power to block the documents interesting the Special Commission of the House of Representatives, reports our correspondent to Washington, Guillaume Naudin . The billionaire asserts him that it is his prerogative on behalf of the executive privilege. According to the judges, this privilege of the executive does not belong to the former presidents, but to the exercise president. And Joe Biden expressed his intention to transmit these 800 pages of documents, visitors registers, e-mails, speeches and notes. Just title according to the judges who explain that the secret is not in the national interest given the gravity of what happened on January 6th.

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This decision opens the way for the transmission of hundreds of pages of documents to

a parliamentary committee responsible for making the light on the role of the former Republican President in that assault. Two weeks to call This does not mean that the documents will immediately be transmitted to the Special Commission. Donald Trump's lawyers have two weeks to ask the Supreme Court to rule urgently. His judgment will be legally interesting, there is virtually no case-law on the extent of the executive privilege. But also politically. The Court is conservative majority, and three of its members have been appointed by Donald Trump.

The President of the Commission, the elected Democrat Bennie Thompson, and his number 2 The Republican Liz Cheney welcomed the court decision. "We will reach the truth," they stated in a statement. The Chairman of Representatives Nancy Pelosi also welcomed the decision, saying that "no one should be allowed to hinder the truth."

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