Former President Bill Clinton’s presidential library is set to make public nearly 500 pages of records pertaining to Donald Trump, according to an official notice from the National Archives, reports Politico.
The records will detail the Clinton White House’s interactions with Trump and his Trump Organization, as well as how Clinton aides prepared to field questions about Trump’s entry into the 2000 presidential race.
But it appears that the release will be a little too late to cause Trump serious problems in the primaries.
According to Politico, by law, a current president or former president involved has 60 business days to review the records and consider a possible assertion of executive privilege. Barring such a development or a request for an extension, the records should be available to the public beginning in April.