Several historians are voicing concern about collecting Trump’s White House records because of the administration’s bad track record of preserving documents.
The president is also known to have a tendency of ripping up documents before throwing them away, previously forcing aides to spend hours taping documents back together.
The transfer of documents to the National Archives and Records — which by law has to be completed on January 20 — has already been delayed because of Trump’s long-lasting refusal to concede.
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Historians are growing increasingly concerned about collecting Trump’s White House records because of the administration’s inconsistency with preserving documents and the president’s long-standing habit of ripping up papers, the Associated Press (AP) reported Saturday.