Indictment: Former President Donald Trump faces charges involving classified documents and jeopardizing national security

Former President Donald Trump has been indicted in a case involving classified documents, according to documents released on June 10. The indictment lists several individuals involved in the case, including Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen.

Cohen, who has been critical of Trump since being sentenced to three years in prison for multiple charges, including campaign finance violations, spoke out about the indictment. “This should come as no surprise to anyone who has followed Donald Trump’s actions and behavior over the years,” Cohen said in an interview with MSNBC.

New details about the indictment have also been revealed, indicating that the case involves Trump’s mishandling of sensitive information during his presidency. The documents suggest that Trump shared classified information with foreign leaders and ignored warnings from his advisers about the risks involved in doing so.

Opinion pieces, such as one published by The New York Times, have criticized Trump’s behavior and argue that he should never again be trusted with the nation’s secrets. The Hill listed three ways in which the indictment of Trump hurts America, highlighting concerns about national security and the erosion of trust in government institutions.

Trump has not yet issued a statement regarding the indictment. The full coverage of this story can be found on USNN.