John Connelly 10/3/2019
US Department of Justice obliges White House to keep records of all Trump talks
Now the White House is obliged to keep not only records of telephone conversations, but also all records of Trump's personal meetings and his conversations with foreign leaders.
In the United States, the Department of Justice has instructed the White House to keep records of all telephone conversations of President Donald Trump. About it writes CNN on Thursday, October 3.
In addition to records of telephone conversations, all records relating to face-to-face meetings of the president and conversations with foreign leaders should be kept.
Following the publication of transcripts of talks between Ukrainian Presidents Vladimir Zelensky and the United States, Donald Trump, a group of historians sued the Trump administration for allegedly not registering at least five meetings, including with Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Chen Eun.
The Ministry of Justice noted that the relevant documents should be protected, and the trial itself is still ongoing.
Recall that the telephone conversation between Trump and Zelensky caused a scandal in American political circles and pushed the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, to announce the beginning of the impeachment procedure.