Fox News doesn't seem to be defending Donald Trump against the new indictment filed by Jack Smith, instead, Jesse Watters opened primetime by talking about Hunter Biden.
In the new superseding indictment against Donald Trump that expands on the previous felony charges in the classified documents case, the government used the former President's public 2016 statements about the importance of protecting classified documents against him.
It is not over yet for Trump as the Washington, D.C. Police and the Secret Service have met to coordinate in preparation for Trump being indicted by the 1/6 grand jury.
Special Counsel Jack Smith filed three new felony charges against Donald Trump in the classified documents case, including an allegation that Trump attempted to delete the Mar-a-Lago security footage.
Here’s what you need to know about the new charges in the classified documents case against Trump.
The special counsel has brought new charges against Mar-a-Lago worker Carlos De Oliveira in the Trump documents case. Rep. Jamie Raskin joins Jen Psaki to explain why this is “like a classic mob prosecution.”
I, for one, would love to know the backstory on how this document finally turned up in special counsel Jack Smith's possession.
The office of the special counsel accused the former president of seeking to delete security camera footage at Mar-a-Lago. The manager of the property, Carlos De Oliveira, was also named as a new defendant.
Special counsel Jack Smith expanded his classified documents case against former President Donald Trump, making significant new allegations that Trump and two of his employees attempted to delete Mar-a-Lago security footage sought by the grand jury investigating the mishandling of the government records.
A staff member at former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate has been charged in the special counsel's probe into Trump's handling of classified documents.
Former Trump adviser Stephen Miller reacted to the new charges brought against former President Trump in the Mar-a-Lago documents case Thursday, claiming that it is “further proof” of an effort to …
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) argued on Thursday that the classified documents case against former President Trump is now “a lot stronger,” after the Justice Department (DOJ) announced ne…
Federal prosecutors’ superseding indictment against former President Trump in his classified documents case Thursday has brought to light several new charges and revelations. Trump now faces a tota…
With these latest charges, the total number of federal counts against former President Donald Trump has reached 40.
Former Trump attorney Ty Cobb said Thursday on CNN's "Erin Burnett OutFront" that the reported indictment alleging three additional charges against former President Donald Trump contained "overwhelming evidence." | Clips
Special Counsel Jack Smith on Thursday added a third defendant in the federal criminal case against former President Donald Trump.
Special Counsel Jack Smith brought new charges against former President Donald Trump in the Mar-a-Lago White House documents case.
"The boss" wants the server deleted, Carlos De Oliveira, a property manager at the Mar-a-Lago Club, told the Director of It at the club, according to the new superseding indictment. This was followed by extraordinary comments and actions more befitting of a crime boss than a former president.
Trump allegedly tried to destroy evidence in the federal case involving classified documents.
A superseding indictment has added a new charge against Donald Trump: one additional count of willful retention of national defense information. It also adds a third defendant to the case, alongside Trump and his longtime valet Waltine Nauta. Carlos De Oliveira was the head of maintenance at Trump’s Florida resort and reportedly helped Nauta move boxes of documents from the infamous storage room at a key moment, a day before prosecutors came to retrieve those remaining classified documents. Joy Reid and her expert guests bring you the latest developments.
Republican presidential candidate former Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX) said Thursday on "CNN Primetime" that anyone who defended former President Donald Trump in the Mar-a-Lago documents case was "complicit in endangering America." | Clips
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