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On Wednesday, Donald Trump made a statement denying any knowledge of being indicted, while one of his spokespersons appeared before a federal grand jury in Florida. The grand jury is conducting an investigation into how the former president handled classified documents subsequent to his departure from the White House.

According to NBC, in a post on his Truth Social platform, Donald Trump declared, “No one has told me I’m being indicted. And I shouldn’t be” indicted “because I’ve done NOTHING wrong.

Trump’s legal team has been informed by prosecutors that he is a target in the special counsel’s investigation into the documents.

On Wednesday, Trump referred to the multiple criminal investigations targeting him as “the greatest and most vicious instance of ELECTION INTERFERENCE in the history of our Country.”

He also labeled the federal and state prosecutors involved in those investigations as all fascists.

In August of last year, an FBI raid conducted at Trump’s residence within his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida, revealed numerous documents that were classified. It is noteworthy that this raid took place three months prior to Trump’s announcement of his intention to run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024.

Taylor Budowich, an important aide to Trump, provided testimony for approximately one hour on Wednesday before the grand jury at the U.S. District Court in Miami.

The source mentioned that during Budowich’s appearance before the grand jury, he was questioned regarding a previous public statement he made on behalf of Trump. The statement claimed that Trump did not retain any classified records following the conclusion of his presidential term in January 2021.