Within a week of the Mar-a-Lago raid, Mark Meadows reportedly provided the National Archives with new messages and emails.

After the FBI's Mar-a-Lago raid, Mark Meadows gave texts and emails to the National Archives.

After his presentations to the committee on January 6, the Archives discovered there were missing correspondence.

Title 2It might be a "coincidence," but after the search, "many more started rolling in," a source told CNN.

Despite the delayed progress, the source informed CNN that Meadows was reportedly collaborating with the Archives.

According to a different source who spoke to CNN, Meadows' recent submissions had nothing to do with the Mar-a-Lago search.

According to the report, the records Meadows provided were unclassified and unrelated to the Archives' efforts to obtain federal records from Trump.