Rachel Maddow says that Trump thought that the Department of Justice would never indict him.
The charges in the indictment against former president Trump include "willful retention of national defense information," in violation of the Espionage Act.
Former president Donald Trump could end up with his criminal case assigned to a judge he nominated to the bench.
Donald Trump has apparently committed so many crimes that he had to assume that he was indicted for the classified documents, but he wasn't totally sure.
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell is joined by former FBI General Counsel Andrew Weissmann to discuss the federal indictment against Donald Trump in the Justice Department's classified documents case.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow joined Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss the federal indictment against Donald Trump by Special Counsel Jack Smith in the Justice Department’s classified documents investigation. The charges include, according to The New York Times, a violation of the Espionage Act.
It was a more familiar drill this time for the former president, his aides and allies, who cranked their political spin machine and fund-raising operation into action.
The seven counts against the former president include conspiracy to obstruct, willful retention of documents and false statements, according to people familiar with the indictment. He said he would surrender to the authorities on Tuesday.
How politically radical could the base of the Republican Party become between now and the 2024 presidential election?
Could he still run for president? Why did the adult-film star case move before any of the ones about protecting democracy? How could you possibly find an impartial jury? Here are answers to some of the questions about the indictment of former President Donald Trump.
The Florida governor's response shows just how far he's willing to criticize the former president.
What are the likely charges? Will Trump turn himself into authorities? And could he face prison time?
Vivek Ramaswamy promised to pardon Trump if elected. Ron DeSantis pledged to go after the DOJ.
George Conway, a conservative attorney and prominent critic of former President Trump, called the news that former President Trump was indicted in a probe into his handling of classified documents …
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) blasted the “weaponization of federal law enforcement” in response to the news that former President Trump had been indicted, but avoiding an outright defe…
Democratic lawmakers on Thursday weighed in on former President Trump’s indictment in connection with an investigation into his handling of classified documents, with many arguing that the news sho…
Former President Trump’s Thursday evening announcement that he was indicted on federal charges quickly scrambled the 2024 GOP presidential race, putting his various challengers on the spot to respo…
Republican presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy has pledged, if elected, to pardon former President Donald Trump.
MSNBC hosts Joy Reid and Chris Hayes weighed in on the Thursday announcement that former President Donald Trump has been indicted.
The DOJ indicted former President Donald Trump on charges of mishandling classified documents and related offenses.
Ron DeSantis criticized the DOJ's “zealous” prosecution of Donald Trump after news broke that federal prosecutors indicted him.
Those who leveled the indictment against former President Donald Trump are going after the wrong man, his attorney said Thursday.
Never Trumpers and RINOS either celebrated or dramatically underplayed former President Trump’s indictment.
Joe Biden has yet to be interviewed by the special counsel investigating the stolen classified documents he stored at the Penn Biden Center and in his aware garage.
Donald Trump spent his time after being indicted watching Fox News and feeling sorry for himself.
Here’s the background on the investigation that just led to the former president’s second indictment.
The available evidence supports the indictment by the special counsel Jack Smith.
Donald Trump, who has often lied, unquestionably told the truth when he said Thursday was a “dark day” for America.
Updates on former President Donald Trump's federal indictment in classified documents investigation.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy came to former President Donald Trump's defense Thursday after Trump announced the Justice Department had indicted him.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis condemned the federal indictment of former President Donald Trump — and used his statement about it to campaign.
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