Secret Service Agents Subpoenaed To Testify In Documents Criminal Case

  • The news comes as the former president flew to New York on Monday to appear at his arraignment after being indicted on multiple felony counts last week in a separate criminal investigation.
  • The Washington Post reported on Sunday that federal investigators with the FBI and Department of Justice have discovered “new and significant evidence” of potential obstruction of justice by Trump in the classified documents case. 
  • After Trump received a subpoena, the former president looked through some of the boxes at his Mar-a-Lago estate “out of a desire to keep certain things in his possession,” the report said. 
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