- Former President Donald Trump has been indicted on seven counts in the special counsel's classified documents probe, a stunning development that marks the first time a former president has faced federal charges.
- Trump is facing a charge under the Espionage Act, his attorney Jim Trusty told CNN, as well as charges of obstruction of justice, destruction or falsification of records, conspiracy and false statements.
- The former president, who denied any wrongdoing, said he's been "summoned to appear" at a Miami federal courthouse Tuesday afternoon.
- The DOJ has been investigating whether classified documents from the Trump White House were illegally mishandled when they were taken to his Florida Mar-a-Lago resort after he left office. This indictment comes just months after Trump was charged by a Manhattan grand jury in a separate hush money case.
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