▶ Watch Video: Trump federal indictment unsealed in classified documents case

In the federal indictment against former President Donald Trump, unsealed on Friday, Trump faces 37 counts related to sensitive documents recovered at his Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida after he left the White House. 

The indictment alleges the former president “endeavored to obstruct the FBI and grand jury investigations and conceal retention of classified documents.” His aide Walt Nauta is named as a co-conspirator.

“This indictment was voted by a grand jury of citizens in the Southern District of Florida,” said special counsel Jack Smith in a news conference Friday afternoon. “And I invite everyone to read it in full, to understand the scope and the gravity of the crimes charged.”

The indictment includes photographs of boxes stacked on a ballroom stage and in a bathroom at Mar-a-Lago, and alleges the “classified documents Trump stored in his boxes included information regarding defense and weapons capabilities,” including U.S. nuclear programs.

Read the full 44-page indictment below.