It's no secret that President Donald Trump loves using Twitter.
Members of Congress from both political parties are warning President Donald Trump not to delete any of his tweets, arguing that doing so could violate federal record-keeping laws.
In a letter to White House lawyers, Republican Jason Chaffetz and Democrat Elijah Cummings of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform raise concerns over the deleted tweets.
If Trump deleted the posts without archiving, and without consulting with the Archivist, this would indeed appear to be in violation of the Presidential Records Act.
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Not mentioned by the White House, the firing of the President's National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, or the temporary restraining order placed on the President's first executive order on immigration. The senators also raised concerns about Trump's use of his unencrypted Android phone.
The letter also warns that encrypted messaging apps like Signal and Confide could also pose conflicts under the law.
"Official business must be conducted in such a way as to preserve the official record of actions taken by the federal government and its employees", the members wrote in the letter.
The letter closes by requesting the White House submit names of federal employees who have used private emails and what its policy is when it comes to archiving those emails.
That act was implemented in 1978, after the Watergate scandal, make those archives public and putting them under the care of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).