In a groundbreaking turn of events, a close aide to ex-president Donald Trump has been indicted in Special Counsel Jack Smith’s probe into Trump’s handling of classified documents. According to insider sources who spoke to Fox News, Walt Nauta, who served as Trump’s personal aide and valet, was the second individual to be indicted in the ongoing investigation that resulted in Trump’s indictment just one day before.
Although the exact nature of Nauta’s charges remains unclear, sources say he was caught on surveillance video transporting sensitive material from a storage area at a time when the government had sought information about the contents of those documents.
The federal grand jury in Miami that issued the indictment has yet to reveal its contents, and the Justice Department has not confirmed any details about the investigation.
As the investigation continues, it remains to be seen whether other former or current Trump associates will be implicated in the handling of classified documents.