1. A copy of the revised speech that Bush was to give at the 1988 #Republican National Convention. The words, “No more taxes” were crossed out. Apparently, the agent was told by Peggy Noonan, the speech writer, to deliver the corrected speech to Bush but, of course, he never got it. His pledge not to increase taxes propelled him into the White House. However, the #Democrats controlled the #Senate and #House and #taxes were increased.
2. A love note from Clarence Thomas, Bush's nominee to replace Thurgood Marshall on the #SupremeCourt, to Anita Hill, the woman who accused Thomas of sexual harassment.
3. A diary that appears to be Bush's with a page about the #IranContraAffair on which he wrote, "I'm one of the few people that know fully the details ..."
4. A cancelled check from Charles Keating, one of the “Keating Five” convicted in the Saving and Loan Scandal.
5. A note from Casper Weinberger, Secretary of Defense, that says, “Pardon me or I'll squeal.”
I could not confirm these rumors.