Trump attorney says they've received a summary of the charges in Federal documents case
"No, we haven't been provided with the indictment yet," Trump attorney Jim Trusty told CNN Thursday night.
Trusty added that they've essentially been given a summary of the indictment, which includes a request for Trump and his team to be at the courthouse in Florida at 3 p.m. on Tuesday.
"It doesn't perfectly mirror an indictment but it does have some language in it that would suggest what the seven charges would be," Trusty said.
A source with knowledge of the charges confirmed to NPR on Thursday that the seven counts include willful retention of information related to national defense, at least one false statements charge and at least one charge related to obstruction.
In his account to CNN, Trusty said that the summary of charges also includes conspiracy and charges under the Espionage Act.
He added that it's not "100% clear" if the charges are all separate charges, but he did say the charge of espionage was "ludicrous."
Trusty also said they weren't advised if others have also been indicted in the case and hadn't been informed of when exactly they'd receive the indictment. He confirmed to CNN that Trump would appear in court at 3 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
Trusty's comments follow a grand jury indicting Trump on seven federal charges related to his storing of classified documents at his Florida resort. This indictment is Trump's second, but it's the first-ever on federal charges for any former president.