REPORT: Judge rejects lawsuit against Trump over records on meetings

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BY TEAM DML / FEBRUARY 11, 2020 /

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A judge on Monday rejected a lawsuit against President Trump over not keeping records of his meetings with foreign leaders.

U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson, an Obama-appointee, ruled in a 22-page decision that past legal precedents say she cannot monitor the White House’s enforcement of laws on how executive branch records are kept.

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Because the lawsuit concerns how the White House acted, instead of the legality of the policies on keeping records, she said she did not have the power to ensure the White House followed those policies.

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However, the Obama-appointed judge declared, “This opinion will not address, and should not be interpreted to endorse, the challenged practices; nor does it include any finding that the Executive Office [of the President] is in compliance with its obligations.”

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