Trump gets stop sending documents on Capitol assault


WASHINGTON, 11 NOV – A federal appeals court has upheld Donald Trump’s request to suspend the transmission of his presidency documents (scheduled for tomorrow) to the House committee that is investigating the assault on Congress. The tycoon had asked for a stop pending his appeal against the decision of a lower court, according to which he cannot exercise the executive privilege, that is the president’s right to keep secret acts of his activity. (HANDLE).
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