Donald Trump Indicted For Allegedly Mishandling Government Secrets

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Former US President Donald Trump has been indicted on federal charges for storing dozens of classified documents at his Florida resort and refusing to return them to the FBI and the National Archives. Why is this indictment an unprecedented step? Can Donald Trump still be elected president of the US even if he is convicted? NDTV's Parmeshwar Bawa reports.

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