Analysis: With 37 charges on the table, prosecutors have unsealed the indictment against Donald Trump

The indictment against Donald Trump has been unsealed, and folks, Trump is in real trouble this time.

According to an unsealed indictment, the federal government has levied charges against Donald Trump for his handling of classified information that he swiped from the White House.

In those charges, Trump, stands accused of retaining information related to: “United States nuclear programs; potential vulnerabilities of the United States and its allies to military attack; and plans for possible retaliation in response to a foreign attack,” per the New York Times.

The indictment also reads that Trump (weirdly enough) kept classified documents in one of the bathrooms located at Mar-a-Lago. Elsewhere in the indictment it is said that Trump got his hands on a detailed map and other related information regarding a plan of attack on Iran. Prosecutors allege that he showed this map to a staffer.

This comes as it has also been revealed that a Mr Nauta, Trump’s valet has also been federally charged in the case. It is understood that under Trump’s direction he willingly assisted in moving 64 containers throughout the country club that were marked classified.

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