Joe Biden's White House counsel is doubling down on her denial of Donald Trump's privilege claims aimed at shielding Jan. 6 documents.

by @politico

@politico— Welcome to Congress Minutes, your real-time guide to what's driving the day in and around the halls of Congress.—White House formally rejects Trump's executive privilege claim on Jan. 6 documents. The White House has formally rejected Donald Trump's attempt to claim executive privilege over documents relating to Jan. 6, authorizing the National Archives to turn them over to Congress. Trump is likely to take this to court, but so far the courts have generally held that decisions about executive privilege reside with the executive. That’s President Joe Biden, not Donald Trump. That was one of two signs of possible movement Friday in the investigation into the attack on the U.S. Capitol. On...

The Washington Times—Biden waives executive privilege for Trump White House documents in Jan. 6 riot probe. President Biden has waived executive privilege on an initial set of documents from the Trump White House sought by the select House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol by Trump supporters, his spokeswoman said Friday. "The president has determined that an assertion of executive privilege is not

POLITICO—Biden White House waives executive privilege for initial set of Trump-era documents sought by Jan. 6 panel. The move comes as the Capitol attack committee indicates it's "engaging with" two ex-aides to former President Donald Trump.