Trump charged with trying to delete Mar-a-Lago surveillance footage in new indictment




(The Hill) — The Justice Department is accusing former President Trump of attempting to delete surveillance footage at his Mar-a-Lago property in a new superseding indictment filed in the classified records case on Thursday.

DOJ says Trump acted with a new co-conspirator to try to delete the footage, and also charged him with an additional Espionage Act charge. 

The superseding indictment brings to 42 the total number of counts facing the former president.

It accuses Trump of acting with Carlos de Oliveira, the property manager of the hotel, and Trump’s other co-defendant Walt Nauta, with trying to delete the footage.

This is a developing story.


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