Former U.S. President Donald Trump faces a new legal challenge - this time from the government he used to lead - with charges of illegally retaining classified documents, obstruction and other crimes expected to be unveiled next week in federal court in Miami.
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More legal woes for Donald Trump after he's indicted on federal criminal charges for retaining classified documents.