WASHINGTON — Former President Donald J. Trump is looking for to dam from launch a variety of paperwork associated to the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol, the Nationwide Archives stated Saturday in an early-morning federal courtroom submitting detailing what Mr. Trump is combating to maintain secret.

In the filing, in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, John Laster, the director of the Nationwide Archives’ presidential supplies division, laid out for the primary time precisely which paperwork Mr. Trump was asserting executive privilege over. The previous president is hoping to forestall the paperwork from being reviewed by the House committee empowered to investigate the mob violence on the Capitol.

In line with the submitting, Mr. Trump has asserted govt privilege particularly over 770 pages of paperwork, together with 46 pages of information from the information of Mark Meadows, his former chief of workers; Stephen Miller, his former senior adviser; and Patrick Philbin, his former deputy counsel. Mr. Trump can also be objecting to the discharge of the White Home Each day Diary — a document of the president’s actions, cellphone calls, journeys, briefings, conferences and actions — in addition to logs displaying cellphone calls to the president and to Vice President Mike Pence regarding Jan. 6, Mr. Laster wrote.

Mr. Trump has additionally asserted govt privilege over 656 pages that embrace proposed speaking factors for Kayleigh McEnany, his former press secretary; a handwritten observe regarding Jan. 6; a draft textual content of a presidential speech for the “Save America” rally that preceded the mob assault; and a draft govt order on the subject of election integrity, the submitting states.

Lastly, Mr. Trump asserted govt privilege over 68 extra pages, together with a draft proclamation honoring the Capitol Police and two officers who died after the riot, Brian D. Sicknick and Howard Liebengood, in addition to associated emails; a memo a few potential lawsuit in opposition to a number of states that Joseph R. Biden Jr. received within the November election; an e mail chain from a state official concerning election-related points; and speaking factors on alleged election irregularities in a single Michigan county.

The submitting is available in response to a lawsuit Mr. Trump filed this month in opposition to the Nationwide Archives looking for to dam the disclosure of White Home information associated to his actions and communications surrounding the Jan. 6 riot.

In that lawsuit, in a 26-page complaint, a lawyer for Mr. Trump argued that the supplies should stay secret as a matter of executive privilege. The lawyer stated the Structure gave the previous president the precise to demand their confidentiality though he was now not in workplace — and though President Biden has refused to say govt privilege over them.

The lawsuit touched off what’s prone to be a serious authorized battle between Mr. Trump and the Home committee investigating the Jan. 6 assault, through which a mob of his supporters stormed the Capitol looking for to disrupt Congress’s counting of electoral votes to formalize Mr. Biden’s victory. Its consequence will carry penalties for the way a lot the panel can uncover about Mr. Trump’s function within the riot, pose thorny questions for the Biden administration and doubtlessly forge new precedents about presidential prerogatives and the separation of powers.

The leaders of the committee, Consultant Bennie Thompson, Democrat of Mississippi, and Consultant Liz Cheney, Republican of Wyoming, have condemned Mr. Trump’s lawsuit as “nothing greater than an try and delay and hinder our probe.”

“It’s onerous to think about a extra compelling public curiosity than making an attempt to get solutions about an assault on our democracy and an try and overturn the outcomes of an election,” Mr. Thompson, the committee’s chairman, and Ms. Cheney, the vice chairwoman, wrote in a statement after the go well with’s submitting.

The committee has demanded detailed records about Mr. Trump’s every movement and meeting on the day of the assault. The panel’s calls for, despatched to the Nationwide Archives and Information Administration, embrace materials about any plans fashioned inside the White Home or different federal businesses to derail the Electoral Faculty vote rely by Congress.

“Plaintiff’s claims of govt privilege fail as a result of the privilege is just not absolute, and right here it’s outweighed by Congress’s compelling want for details about the extraordinary assault that occurred on the Capitol,” legal professionals for the federal government wrote Saturday in response to Mr. Trump’s lawsuit. “The committee’s investigation into the Jan. 6 assault plainly embodies a respectable legislative objective.”

In a pair of letters this month to the Nationwide Archives, which is the custodian of White Home papers from Mr. Trump’s tenure, Mr. Biden’s prime White Home lawyer, Dana Remus, made clear that the present president didn’t assume a declare of govt privilege was respectable beneath these circumstances.

Mr. Trump’s lawsuit names as defendants Mr. Thompson and David S. Ferriero, the pinnacle of the Nationwide Archives.