Trump is formally charged with 37 counts in the case of classified documents

 The former President of the United States, Donald Trump, is facing 37 federal charges, including obstruction of justice and withholding information about national security, in relation to the documents that he allegedly took with him from the White House when he left office. The documents are believed to contain nuclear secrets of the United States and its allies.







Trump left Washington DC with boxes of files, including his personal notes. His former assistant, Walt Nauta, is accused of conspiring with him to hide documents requested by the FBI. Nauta has become a key witness in the federal investigation led by special prosecutor Jack Smith, which led to Trump's indictment. According to The Washington Post, Nauta was responsible for moving boxes of documents containing Trump's notes from the Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida, where the former president has been living since leaving the White House.


Some of Trump's supporters have accused President Joe Biden of trying to influence the upcoming presidential elections by using the justice system against Trump. However, Biden denied these accusations, stating that he did not contact Attorney General Merrick Garland regarding Trump's indictment for withholding secret documents.


The White House documents case has put Trump back in the spotlight and raised serious questions about his conduct while in office. The charges against him are serious, and if found guilty, he could face severe consequences. The situation is being closely watched by political observers and the public alike, as it could have far-reaching implications for the future of American politics.



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