‘Shushing emojis’ in new Trump Mar-a-Lago indictment: Feds

Walt Nauta, left, takes a phone from Former President Donald Trump during the LIV Golf Pro-Am at Trump National Golf Club, Thursday, May 25, 2023, in Sterling, Va. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

Charges against former President Donald Trump continue to pile up — this time in the form of a superseding indictment in the Mar-a-Lago classified documents case filed by federal prosecutors in Florida.

According to the government, Trump and his co-conspirators not only tried to keep information from investigators in an alleged attempt to obstruct justice, but they also tried to have security footage showing them moving boxes of improperly retained documents between Trump’s residence and a storage room on the property.

“Trump endeavored to obstruct the FBI and grand jury investigations and conceal his continued retention of classified documents by, among other things […] attempting to delete security camera footage at The Mar-a-Lago Club to conceal information from the FBI and grand jury,” the superseding indictment, filed Thursday, alleges.

‘Shushing emojis’ in new Trump Mar-a-Lago indictment: Feds

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