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Response to Soph0571 (Original post)

Thu Feb 6, 2020, 08:17 AM

8. That law applies only to the official copy of document

Obviously. If I get a copy of my birth certificate, I can then destroy that copy. The law protects only the government's official record of my birth certificate (well, it would had I been born on federal property. In my case it's protected by state law....)


So, for example, when Donnie gives a speech and rips up his own copy with his hand-written sharpie notes, *that* is the official copy under the presidential records act, presuming they didn't make a copy that includes his notes.

Sounds like it's yet another Donnie crime and impeachable offense!

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