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There are government officials whose only job is to tape Trump's papers back together

Under the Presidential Records Act, all memos, emails, letters, and other papers President Trump touches must be preserved and sent to the National Archives, but that's hard to do when Trump rips documents up to shreds when he's finished with them.

Solomon Lartey, a former records management analyst, and Reginald Young Jr., a former senior records management analyst, told Politico they were among the government officials tasked with using Scotch tape to piece the documents back together. White House aides said Trump likes to rip papers up when he's finished with...

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News Posted By: theweek - Sunday, 10 June, 2018