The federal indictment against former President Donald Trump revealed he stored information about the nation’s nuclear secrets and even plans to retaliate against a foreign attack.
Trump maintained ‘hundreds’ of classified documents inside boxes at Mar-a-Lago, federal prosecutors said in the charging document unsealed Friday, in a historic move that has the former president railing against a ‘witch hunt.’
Former President Donald Trump railed against the seven count indictment. He said he will be at federal court in Miami on Tuesday
The charging document spells out for the first time detailed information on the information federal agents uncovered after a raid at Mar-a-Lago last summer, following negotiations with Trump’s team seeking the return of government documents.
‘The unauthorized disclosure of the material ‘could put at risk the national security of the United States, foreign relations, the safety of the United States military, and human sources and the continued viability of sensitive intelligence collection methods,’ according to the indictment.
The feds says Trump ’caused’ scores of boxes, including those with classified information, to be transported to his home at Mar-a-Lago, a private club in West Palm Beach.
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