White House Pays People To Tape Documents Trump Rips Apart


As career staffers who were abruptly forced to resign earlier this year, Solomon Lartey and Reginald Young Jr. told Politico that they were paid almost $66,000 a year to tape back together official documents that went through the Oval Office.

The National Archives staff reportedly reminded the White House on frequent bases to follow the Presidential Records Act, but Trump's staff has been "haphazard" in document preservation - all thanks to their boss who makes everything hard for them. Instead, they chose to clean it up for him, in order to make sure that the president wasn't violating the law.

"You found pieces and taped them back together and then you gave it back to the supervisor", Lartey said.

Once restored, the documents would be sent to the National Archives. Lartey said he saw everything from invitations to a letter to Trump from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.).

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Lartey and Reginald Young Jr., another records analyst, were "abruptly terminated" from their jobs earlier this spring Politco reports.

While this hardly ranks high on the list of this President's violations of our norms and laws, it's among the most freakish.

Aides have reportedly tried to get the president to break the habit of tearing up documents, but given all the shady business ventures he's been involved in over the years, it's easy to see how Trump picked up the inclination to avoid leaving a paper trail. "It was the craziest thing ever".

"I'm looking at my director, and saying, 'Are you guys serious?'", Mr Young said.

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"If it was negative, it was definitely going to get torn up", Lartey said. "It felt like the lowest form of work you can take on without having to empty the trash cans". "We used to have to piece together all of these torn papers, and we weren't supposed to tell anybody".

Mr Lartey has worked for other presidents but said he has never had to do anything similar. "I would never have thought I would have gotten fired".

Ironic thing about this is that the people who revealed this to Politico had contacted the publication for a story about how they were unjustly fired.

Politico noted it was reporting on a story about the men's sudden termination with no explanation when they described their job duties to the news site.

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