- Trump has tried to block ex-aides from testifying about efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
- Politico and The New York Times requested secret court documents related to his efforts be unsealed.
- A federal judge on Wednesday requested the Justice Department reply to the requests by Nov. 15.
A federal judge will weigh unsealing court documents related to former President Donald Trump’s makes an attempt to block aides from testifying in a January 6 legal probe following requests from journalists.
The aide’s testimony can be offered to a grand jury investigating makes an attempt to overturn the 2020 election. Reporters from Politico and The New York Times requested the launch of secret documents that pertained to Trump’s efforts.
Kyle Cheney of Politico shared the (*6*) he despatched US District Court Judge Beryl Howell on October 18 requesting the unsealing of a “historic ruling that bears on the ability of former presidents to control, and even silence, ex-advisers in matters of urgent national significance.”
—Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) October 26, 2022
Court information present that Howell was contemplating the requests and has instructed the Justice Department to reply by November 15.
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