Judge to decide timing of Trump classified documents trial in hearing to start soon
Attorneys for the Justice Department and former President Donald Trump are set to meet in Florida for a 2 p.m. ET pre-trial hearing that could decide the crucial timing of the classified documents trial.
Trump is accused of keeping classified documents after the former president left the White House and refusing to hand them over to the U.S. government. He and his valet, Walt Nauta, are also accused of conspiring to obstruct the FBI investigation by moving boxes to evade government scrutiny.
Both men have pleaded not guilty.