President Donald Trump is facing the ire of liberal lunatics who claim he is “intentionally failing” to keep account of meetings.
The liberal watchdog group, Citizens for Responsibility in Ethics in Washington, along with the National Security Archive and the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, have banned together to file the lawsuit.
The lawsuit claims Trump has violated the Presidential Records Act and the Federal Records Act by not allowing note takers to be present in high profile meetings.
“It is clear that President Trump and White House officials have gone to great lengths to hold high-level meetings with foreign governments and carry out foreign policy objectives while blatantly ignoring record-keeping laws and preventing national security officials and the American people from understanding what they are doing,” Noah Bookbinder, CREW’s executive director, said in a press release. “The absence of records in these circumstances causes real, incalculable harm to our national security and poses a direct threat to transparency for the American public. We’re asking the court to compel White House officials to make and maintain these important records that let the public know what the government is up to and provide a safeguard to our history.”
However Justice Department lawyer Steven Myers argues that “courts cannot review the president’s compliance with the Presidential Records Act.”