Trump's Lawyers Spotted At DOJ In Sign That Indictment Is Coming
Reporters spotted Trump's lawyers at the DOJ on Monday, which is a strong signal that a federal indictment of the former president is coming.
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A Charging Decision Is Believed To Be Imminent
Attorneys representing former President Donald Trump — John Rowley, James Trusty and Lindsey Halligan — were seen arriving at the Justice Department around 10 a.m. Monday, weeks after Trump's lawyers had requested a meeting with top federal law enforcement officials.
CBS News saw Trump's legal team walking into the Justice Department. They did not speak as they entered the building in Washington.
Several sources with knowledge of the investigation believe that a charging decision in the documents case is imminent, and Trump lawyers in recent days were expected to meet at some point with the Justice Department to talk through where things stand and to potentially lay out their concerns about the prosecutors' efforts so far.
We’ll discuss below what this development means for Trump, the 2024 election, and the nation.
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