BREAKING NEWS: Former President Donald Trump Has Been Indicted Regarding Alleged Classified Documents Coverup. Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, Tells Trump’s Evangelical advisors Franklin Graham, Darrell Scott, Robert Jeffress, Van Moody, Jack Graham, Marvin Winans, Greg Laurie, and others to go be with Trump, encourage Him to Cease Running For the Presidency, tell him to endorse somebody else, to take care of these serious charges that he is facing immediately on Tuesday and others to come, tell him he did the best he could for the nation when he was president and that he should get with his family and rest and get ready to fight these charges and other charges whether they be false or not and try to enjoy the rest of his life, for his own good, for his family’s good, and for the good of the nation. And Whyte reminds these evangelical advisors that they cannot stand with him at the Christmas party in the White House and not stand with him in the Court House. Make no mistake about it: This is not a jubilant day in America; this is a sorrowful day in America. Everyone needs to cut out the gung-ho foolishness and start praying. Two black preachers who were advisors to Trump have already died from the coronavirus plague without any fanfare or joyful mention, and many people are rotting in jail over rah-rah, gung-ho foolishness inspired by Trump. In the words of Mrs. Ruby Gooding, “THIS IS A PRAYING TIME.”
Trump indicted on seven criminal counts in classified documents case
- Former President Donald Trump has been indicted in federal court in connection with his retention of classified government documents at his Florida home after leaving the White House.
- Trump himself disclosed the indictment in a series of posts on his Truth Social social media site. He also said he has been summoned to appear in court in Miami on Tuesday.
- He is currently seeking the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.
- An FBI raid of his Mar-a-Lago residence last summer found hundreds of classified records.
Former President Donald Trump has been indicted on seven federal criminal counts in connection with hundreds of classified government documents he retained at his Florida home after leaving the White House.
Trump himself disclosed the indictment in a series of posts on his Truth Social social media site on Thursday evening. He also said he has been summoned to appear in court in Miami on Tuesday.
NBC News soon after confirmed the indictment, which is the second time in recent months that Trump has been criminally charged. He remains under criminal investigation by the Department of Justice and a Georgia state prosecutor for his efforts to reverse his loss to President Joe Biden in the 2020 election.
The nature of the latest charges against Trump is not public, as the indictment is sealed for now.
The New York Times, citing people familiar with matter, reported that the charges include “willfully retaining national defense secrets in violation of the Espionage Act, making false statements and an obstruction of justice conspiracy.”
Trump, who is seeking the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, is the only U.S. president, former or otherwise, ever to be criminally charged. A Trump political action committee immediately began fundraising off news about the latest indictment.
He was first indicted by a New York state grand jury in March on charges of falsifying business records in connection with a hush money payment to a porn star in 2016.
In a video statement Thursday, Trump called the new charges “election interference at the highest level.”
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Donald Trump indicted for 2nd time, in classified documents investigation; The former president said that he is innocent.
Former President Donald Trump has been indicted for a second time, this time on federal charges in relation to his handling of classified information while out of office, sources familiar confirm to ABC News.
He is set to be arraigned in federal court in Miami on Tuesday at 3 p.m. ET, sources said.
“We’re learning from our sources that there appear to be at least seven counts here. This ranges from everything from the willful retention of national defense information to conspiracy to a scheme to conceal, to false statements and representations,” ABC News’ Katherine Faulders reported during a special report on the network.
In a statement on social media, Trump wrote Thursday he had been told of the indictment and insisted the case was a “hoax.”
He has repeatedly denied wrongdoing.
Trump wrote he is “INNOCENT” and it was a “DARK DAY” for the U.S.
Spokespeople for the Justice Department and special counsel Jack Smith‘s office declined to comment on Trump’s statement.
The unprecedented federal indictment of a former president — who already faces a criminal case in New York City that he denies and who is the current front-runner for the Republican Party’s nomination for the White House in 2024 — further underlines what are potentially the most consequential prosecutions in U.S. history, with both global and domestic implications.
Experts say a current U.S. government criminally prosecuting its former leader and current leading opposition party candidate upends long-held norms and could test the nation’s democratic system in a manner that stretches far beyond the merits of the case itself.
Justice Department Charges Trump in Documents Case
Former president Donald Trump said Thursday night that he’s been charged by the Justice Department in connection with the discovery that hundreds of classified documents were taken to his Mar-a-Lago home after he left the White House — a seismic event in the nation’s political and legal history.
Trump, who is the frontrunner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, said he has been summoned to appear in federal court in Miami on Tuesday at 3 p.m. Several Trump advisers confirmed the charges.