Media: Trump in the sights of the investigators because of secret documents
Because he kept sensitive documents in his private home, the former US President may have made himself liable to prosecution. US media are now reporting that charges could be forthcoming.
Another indictment against former US President Donald Trump seems to be getting closer, according to consistent media reports.
In the affair of secret government documents, the team of special counsel Jack Smith informed the Trump camp that the 76-year-old was the target of the investigation, as reported by the “New York Times” and Fox News, citing anonymous sources. This is taken as a sign that Trump could be indicted in the matter. The FBI federal police searched Trump’s private property Mar-a-Lago in Florida in August and confiscated various classified information, some with the highest classification level. The fact that the Republican kept the documents in his private home long after he left office could have made him liable to prosecution. For months, the National Archives tried to get papers from Trump’s administration. Trump’s lawyers had finally handed over documents – but by no means all of them, as it turned out during the FBI search of the Mar-a-Lago property. Trump had already been accused in New York in connection with hush money payments to a porn star and was brought before the judge in early April .