A Trump aide allegedly seen on CCTV moving boxes of documents around Mar-a-Lago after a subpoena had been issued for their return has been indicted alongside his boss, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
Walt Nauta, a U.S. Navy veteran who worked in the Trump White House and later moved to Mar-a-Lago to serve as a personal aide to Donald Trump, is the second person to face criminal charges in the case.
His boss was hit with a seven-count indictment on Thursday night, accusing him of, among other charges, willful retention of documents in violation of the Espionage Act.
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