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Aug 10 2023
FORT PIERCE, Florida (Reuters) – Two aides to Donald Trump are set to enter pleas in federal court in Florida on Thursday in a case accusing the former U.S. president of unlawfully taking classified documents with him after leaving office and misleading investigators who sought to retrieve them. Walt Nauta, Trump’s valet, and Carlos De Oliveira, a property manager at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resortKFGO
Jul 28 2023
The Justice Department unveiled stunning new criminal charges against Donald Trump on Thursday, accusing the former president of asking aides to delete surveillance footage from his Mar-a-Lago club and residence where he illegally retained classified national security information, including evidence that severely undercuts Trump’s public defenses of his actions thus far. In additional to newU.S. News & World Report
Jul 28 2023
Former President Donald Trump faces three new felony charges in the special counsel’s investigation into his handling of classified documents after he left the White House, including two accusing him of ordering the deletion of a computer server holding incriminating security camera footage.
The charges include additional counts of willful retention of documents and obstruction ofHuffPost
Jul 28 2023
The Department of Justice's superseding indictment of former President Donald Trump and two co-defendants revealed new allegations that they allegedly mishandled government documents and plotted to block the federal investigation. Carlos De Oliveira, the head of maintenance at the Florida residence, has been charged along with Trump and Walt Nauta, Trump's valet, with conspiracy to obstructABC News (Online)
Aug 04 2023
Former president Donald Trump arrives at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Va. on Thursday, August 3, 2023 after appearing at E. Barrett Prettyman United States Court House. Former President Donald Trump on Friday pleaded not guilty and waived his personal appearance for an arraignment on a superseding indictment in his classified documents criminal case in Florida. TrumpCNBC
Jun 13 2023
Former President Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to 37 charges related to alleged mishandling of classified documents.
Trump’s lawyers asked for a jury trial during the former president’s arraignment Tuesday at a federal courthouse in Miami.
“We most certainly enter a plea of not guilty,” Trump attorney Todd Blanche told the judge.
Before the arraignment, deputyCNN (Online News)
Jul 21 2023
Former President Donald Trump will go on trial for 37 federal felony counts on May 20, 2024, a federal judge said Friday.
U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon announced the finalized trial date after the Republican presidential candidate's legal team asked the court to delay the proceedings until after the 2024 election. Prosecutors had asked for a trial as soon as December.
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Jun 10 2023
American whistleblower Edward Snowden reacted to the news of Donald Trump's classified documents indictment in several posts on Twitter on Friday. Trump is facing multiple charges, including one under the Espionage Act, for the way he handled hundreds of classified documents since leaving the White House in January 2021. The former president was indicted Thursday by a grand jury in theNewsweek
Jun 09 2023
Hiding documents in a shower. Showing national security secrets to a political aide and an author. And telling lawyers to simply not cooperate with a grand jury subpoena. These are some of the allegations against Donald Trump in the bombshell federal indictment unsealed Friday, related to the more than 100 classified documents federal agents retrieved from the former president's Mar-a-LagoNBC News (Online)