Trump's 2nd indictment: What to know

An indictment unsealed Friday charges former President Donald Trump with 37 felony counts stemming from his handling of classified docs after he left office. Prosecutors allege Trump arranged to remove a massive collection of highly sensitive classified material — including intel about the “defense and weapons capabilities” of the U.S. and foreign countries — to his home after he left the White House. If Trump is tried and convicted on the 37 counts, he faces a potentially lengthy prison term.

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