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The issue of confidential documents has not ended despite the innocence.. A new matter against Trump

although Former US President Donald Trump In his historic trial session on June 13, he pleaded not guilty to the federal criminal charges brought against him, related to his unlawful retention of documents related to national security, when he left office and lying to officials who sought to recover them. Things did not stop there.

On Monday, a federal judge approved a protective order sought by special counsel Jack Smith to prevent the former White House master from disclosing sensitive information in his classified documents case.

Sensitive information

Smith requested the order to ensure that neither Trump nor the president’s personal assistant, Walt Nauta, disclose sensitive information obtained during her arrest, in order for prosecutors to show the defense evidence they have collected while investigating Trump’s handling of classified documents since leaving office.


He also noted that the protection order would prevent Trump and Nauta from disclosing the seized materials or their contents, directly or indirectly, to any person or entity other than persons employed to assist in the defense, persons interviewed as potential witnesses, attorneys for potential witnesses, and others, but only To persons whom the court may authorize disclosure.

historical precedent

It is noteworthy that 37 criminal charges related to his handling of classified materials were brought against Trump after prosecutors said he repeatedly refused to return hundreds of documents containing classified information ranging from US nuclear secrets to the country’s defense capabilities.

In his historic trial session on June 13, the president pleaded not guilty to the federal criminal charges brought against him related to his wrongful retention of national security documents when he left office and lying to officials who sought to recover them.


This plea of ‚Äč‚Äčinnocence came before Judge Jonathan Goodman in a federal court in Miami, launching a thorny legal battle that is likely to continue in the coming months as Trump prepares to launch his campaign to win the presidency in the November 2024 elections.

While prosecutors believe that the former president mishandled those documents, which contained some of the country’s most sensitive security secrets, after leaving the White House in 2021.

They also accuse her of keeping material, including documents about the US nuclear program and domestic vulnerabilities in the face of a possible attack, that he knew he should not have kept.

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