Former Washington aides claim they were regularly asked to tape up documents that Mr Trump had torn up.
Donald Trump has been accused of repeatedly ripping up important official documents, leaving staff with the task of taping them back together.
Reginald Young was a senior records management analyst who worked for the United States government for more than 20 years before being sacked in April.
Presidential records must be preserved and transferred to the national archives under United States law which "places the responsibility for the custody and management of incumbent presidential records with the president".
According to Politico, White House aides learned early on that they couldn't convince Trump to break his paper-ripping habit.
Mr Lartey, 54, said he was sacked at the end of the work day on March 23, with no warning.
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Solomon Lartey, a former records management analyst, and Reginald Young Jr., a former senior records management analyst, told Politico they were among the government officials tasked with using Scotch tape to piece the documents back together. "[It was] like a jigsaw puzzle", he said. "It was the craziest thing ever". The policy requires that all memos, letters, documents and papers touched by the president be kept as historical records in the National Archives.
Solomon Lartey, who had almost 30 years' experience as a government official, said he and his colleagues would sift through large piles of shredded paper and piece them together "like a jigsaw puzzle".
Former aides, who earned salaries of more than $60,000 (£45,000) a year, have claimed they were regularly asked to fix records that the USA president had torn apart.
Lartey said the papers he received included newspaper clips on which Trump had scribbled notes, or circled words; invitations; and letters from constituents or lawmakers on the Hill, including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.
Lartey said he spent the first five months of the Trump administration standing over a desk in the Old Executive Office Building, trying to piece Trump's papers back together.
"We had to endure this under the Trump administration", Young said.
"I had a letter from [Chuck] Schumer-[Trump] tore it up", Lartey says. "It felt like the lowest form of work you can take on without having to empty the trash cans".
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