Special Counsel Jack Smith expanded the indictment of former President Donald Trump on Thursday, adding three additional counts in the classified documents case.
Smith, appointed by Attorney General Merrick Garland, expanded the indictment by including two counts of obstruction and a count of intentional retention of national defense information.
Additionally, Carlos De Oliveira, a maintenance staff member at Mar-a-Lago, was also implicated in relation to the classified documents investigation.
Refer to the latest case filing provided below.
The charging documents include assertions that the “classified documents Trump stored in his boxes included information regarding defense and weapons capabilities of both the United States and foreign country; 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.”
“The unauthorized disclosure of these classified documents could put at risk the national security of the United States, foreign relations, the safety of the United States military, and human sources and the continued viability of sensitive intelligence collection methods,” the charging document added.
The penalty sheet for the indictment can be seen below.
Donald Trump now faces at least 41 charges under the indictment. He was the 45th President of the United States and is the current frontrunner heading into the GOP primaries.