Read the 38-count indictment over Donald Trump's handling of classified documents

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WASHINGTON — Former President Donald Trump is facing dozens of federal charges related to his handling of classified documents after his term in the White House. A federal grand jury in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida filed a 44-page indictment on charges related to the hundreds of classified documents seized from Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate.

The indictment includes 37 charges against Trump:

  • 31 counts of willful retention of national defense information under the Espionage Act

  • One count of conspiracy to obstruct justice

  • One count of withholding a document or record

  • One count of corruptly concealing a document in a federal investigation

  • One count of concealing a document in a federal investigation

  • One count of scheming to conceal

  • One count of making false statements and representations for allegedly causing his lawyer to certify that all classified documents had been turned over to federal authorities on June 3

Trump's longtime personal aide and former White House valet, Walt Nauta, informally known as Trump's "body man," also faces charges including conspiracy to obstruct justice.

Here's a look at the sweeping indictment unsealed last week:

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