DOJ: Donald Trump shared Pentagon plans and categorized map, faces 37 felony expenses

MIAMI — Former President Donald Trump is going through 37 felony expenses associated to the mishandling of categorized paperwork, in accordance with an indictment unsealed Friday that alleges that he described a Pentagon “plan of assault” and shared a categorized map associated to a army operation.

The 49-page charging doc paints a damning portrait of Trump’s therapy of delicate data, accusing him of willfully ignoring Justice Division calls for to return paperwork he had taken from the White Home to Mar-a-Lago and even directing aides to assist him disguise the information sought by the federal government.

The indictment marks the Justice Division’s first official affirmation of a felony case towards Trump arising from the retention of lots of of paperwork at his Florida residence, Mar-a-Lago.