Following the delivery of a subpoena to Trump for the materials he had in his possession, investigators charged the former president with one additional count of willful retention of national defense information as well as two additional obstruction counts related to alleged attempts to delete surveillance footage at Mar-a-Lago.
One of the most important revelations in the new superseding is that the document that Trump showed to a reporter and a publisher during a videotaped interview in July 2021 at his Bedminster golf club is now in the hands of the prosecutors. The letter
In interviews with the media following his initial indictment in the case, Trump asserted that he was not holding up any documents and that he was simply acting with too much “bravado.”
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If you want to know the truth, it was bravado, according to me, Trump said. “I was speaking, just talking about the papers I was holding up, but I didn’t have any documents. I lacked any official documents.
The new superseding indictment, however, makes it clear that prosecutors now have access to the document.
The indictment states that “Count 32 of this Superseding Indictment charges the document that TRUMP possessed and displayed on July 21, 2021.”
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