Trump says pursuit of the January 6 record panel could permanently damage the presidency

The appellate court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in the case next week. !

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Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. 6 at the US Capitol could have long-lasting, dangerous consequences for the presidency.

"The obvious [committee's] contempt for President Trump is leading them to action that will lead to permanent damage to the presidency," Trump's lawyers wrote in a document filed in federal court.

"In fact, their success will protect the presidential protection of any level of justice and equality. An incumbent president will always be able to criticize the actions of the former president of a rival party and allow secrecy to further political ends," they wrote.

Representatives of the bipartisan committee Jan. 6 appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., this week to immediately release Trump White House records related to the Capitol attacks. The court is set to hear arguments on Tuesday.

Trump appeals this month against U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Chutkan, who said the House committee's follow-up on his records was legal. Trump has been given a high profile for his White House records, but President Joe Biden has refused to grant the right to documents, including memos, emails, White House chat records and guest logs.

Trump's lawyers have briefly suggested that the relationship inspires Biden.

The appellate court recently granted Trump temporary injunction by temporarily barring National Archives from translating his White House files from a January 6 committee.

In addition to searching for records, the House committee released subpoenas in recent weeks a number of Trump administration officials and allies of the former president. The committee released a new round of subpoenas on Monday targeting Trump's top counterparts such as Roger Stone and Alex Jones.

Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. 6 at the US Capitol could have long-lasting, dangerous consequences for the presidency.

"The obvious [committee's] contempt for President Trump is leading them to action that will lead to permanent damage to the presidency," Trump's lawyers wrote in a document filed in federal court.

"In fact, their success will protect the presidential protection of any level of justice and equality. An incumbent president will always be able to criticize the actions of the former president of a rival party and allow secrecy to further political ends," they wrote.

Representatives of the bipartisan committee Jan. 6 appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., this week to immediately release Trump White House records related to the Capitol attacks. The court is set to hear arguments on Tuesday.