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Presidential Recordkeeping

A federal court in Washington, D.C, dismissed a watchdog’s claims that the White House failed to properly maintain records of interactions with foreign leaders, finding that it lacks authority to oversee the president’s “day-to-day compliance with the statutory provisions.”

WASHINGTON – A federal court in Washington, D.C, dismissed a watchdog’s claims that the White House failed to properly maintain records of interactions with foreign leaders, finding that it lacks authority to oversee the president’s “day-to-day compliance with the statutory provisions.”

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