Donald Trump's double trouble
Attorney General Merrick Garland may need to decide whether to file criminal charges against a former president. And he may need to make the decision twice.
The Justice Department is looking into Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
But Friday – we learned more about a second investigation, into classified documents he withheld from investigators and kept at his home.
We’ve seen the search warrant. And on Friday – we got a heavily redacted version of the affidavit.
What’s next for investigators? And with the midterms around the corner – and the 2024 presidential race looming after that – what would it mean to charge a former president?
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