Carlos De Oliveira, a Mar-a-Lago employee, has been named as a third defendant
The Justice Department has charged a third man in connection with their investigation into former President Donald Trump’s mishandling of classified documents following his departure from office.
Carlos de Oliveria, a maintenance worker at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, joins Trump and his aide Walt Nauta as a defendant in the case brought by the Justice Department in June.
Last month, the former president pleaded not guilty to 37 federal counts related to his handling of classified material.
The specifics of the charges against Oliveria are not yet public, but according to a June CNN report Oliveria was seen in surveillance footage helping Nauta move boxes out of a storage room that was later examined by investigators and Trump’s attorneys.
This is a breaking news story and will be updated with additional developments.
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