Federal Officials Indict Former President Trump on 37 Federal Counts for Willful Retention of National of Defense Information, Conspiracy to Obstruct Justice and False Statements
By Fox News // June 9, 2023
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(FOX NEWS) – Former President Trump was indicted on 37 federal counts, including willful retention of national defense information, conspiracy to obstruct justice, and false statements, according to an unsealed copy of the indictment obtained by Fox News.
Special Counsel Jack Smith unsealed the indictment against the former president Friday.
Trump valet and aide Waltine Nauta was indicted on six federal counts, detailed in the indictment.
The indictment states that Trump, as president, “had lawful access to the most sensitive classified documents and national defense information gathered and owned by the United States government, including information from the agencies that comprise the United States Intelligence Community and the United States Department of Defense.
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