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Donald Trump is expected to face charges related to the hoarding of confidential materials

Former US President Donald Trump is most likely to be prosecuted criminally by the Department of Justice for hoarding highly sensitive papers at the end of his term by August of this year, according to his attorneys.
According to media sources, some of his senior advisers and legal staff gave him the rather unwanted advice, “You should expected to be indicted by this year (likely in August)”, fearlessly.
Prior to last year's raids on the former president's Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago, the FBI was looking into whether or not Trump attempted to impede its investigation.
Following his arrest by local prosecutors in lower Manhattan courts in New York in April for allegedly falsifying company records, Trump's legal team issued the warning. The Fulton County, Georgia court is anticipated to determine whether or not to prosecute Trump on allegations of election fraud before the end of the summer. When his assistants entered the polling places in the county, he was charged with meddling in the electoral process.
Trump has been advised by his counsel to be ready for yet another protracted court battle. According to reports, Trump responded aggressively by dismissing these forecasts and asking, “What about Joe Biden?” The Department of Justice has appointed a second special counsel to look into the situation (according to the most recent developments, a limited number of sensitive papers have been found at many places associated to Biden, including his garage).
Trump announced his presidential bid for 2024, but he hasn't yet won the GOP nomination. As a result, some conservative circles are reportedly preparing for the possibility that Trump, the current front-runner among Republicans, will be indicted in a number of investigations. The investigations into Mar-a-Lago papers and election meddling in Georgia are both included by the charges.
The day before DOJ attorney Jay Bratt and federal investigators visited Mar-a-Lago to gather classified information after a subpoena that had been issued a month earlier, two Trump staffers took boxes of files from the property in June of last year, according to a story in The Washington Post on Thursday. The actions are seen by investigators as suspicious and maybe indicative of obstruction.
The special counsel inquiry looks to be closing up an extensive series of interviews and grand jury appearances by Trump associates and staff, according to a story published earlier this week in The Wall Street Journal.
Trump personally sent a letter from his attorneys to Attorney General Merrick Garland requesting a meeting “at your earliest convenience” to address the special counsel investigation, which also showed signs of anxiety.
Investigators are focusing on whether Trump attempted to obstruct justice by hiding secret records at his Mar-a-Lago estate that the National Archives had requested after his administration ended.
Since his appointment in November of last year, Jack Smith, the special prosecutor in the case, has apparently earned a startling and quick succession of triumphs in court.
The National Archives launched an investigation after attempting to locate a set of missing boxes from Trump's Mar-a-Lago house. Through this investigation, they learned that the former president had kept sensitive papers at the Florida club. DoJ served Trump with a subpoena for all outstanding classified papers as a result of this.
As you may remember, during his administration, Trump issued a broad declassification order. In response, the FBI started questioning previous president Barack Obama's National Security Council personnel about whether they were aware of the purported order.

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