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Breaking: Trump took US nuclear secrets and stored files in shower, charges say



Donald Trump is facing 37 criminal counts over retaining national defence information, nuclear secrets, and obstruction.

A document which details the charges – known as an indictment – is unsealed by the US Department of Justice.


Classified files were stored in a shower, bathroom, ballroom and his bedroom, the charges allege.

Walt Nauta, a close Trump aide, is charged separately and jointly with Trump over handling of classified files.


It comes on a day of tumult for Trump as his lawyers Jim Trusty and John Rowley suddenly resign from the case.

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The former president, campaigning to return to the White House, says he is innocent and the indictment is “election interference”.


He will appear in a federal court in Miami on Tuesday, with Secret Service agents already planning his journey.

Special Counsel Jack Smith, the lead investigator, says he wants a speedy trial and that Trump is innocent until proven guilty.


Details later….


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