During May 2021, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the federal agency that preserves government records, contacted Trump's representatives regarding missing presidential documents
In January 2022, NARA visited Mar-a-Lago, Trump's Florida residence, and retrieved 15 boxes of documents, gifts, and other government property
As we all know by now, Trump is prone to off-the-cuff communication where he explains things and presents his views.
Since the NARA-Trump drama has been simmering in the news for a while, did Trump say anything between May 2021 and Dec 2021 about whether or not he had official documents in his possession? Did he make claims he did not? Claims that they were his to keep? I know executive privilege got mentioned at times, but I am more interested when that gets combined with details on the nature of the documents justifying that privilege.
First period: May 2021 to January 2022
The reason I have a cutoff in January 2022 is that, once documents were retrieved, their existence was not in question anymore.
Second period: January 2022, after first removal to the raid
Then again, from January 2022 to the latest raid, did he make claims that he had discharged his obligations and did not retain any more documents?
Only looking for direct Trump quotes: whatever social media platform he was using, rally speeches, interviews. He's a prolific speaker after all.
Not indirect remarks, and most certainly not pronouncements by his political foes. Or NARA for that matter. Also out of scope: his considerations about Obama or others holding on to documents. Finally, this isn't about asking his justifications after both removals.
Note: this is about the keeping of documents at home, not about cooperation or not with January 6th inquiries. Clearly, documents about Macron have nothing to do with Jan 6th investigations.
p.s. stating that there was no communication of this type is an answer (but of course someone else might find one).