Walt Nauta, a Trump supporter, was charged in relation to secret documents.


The investigation by special counsel Jack Smith into the improper handling of classified documents from the Trump White House has resulted in the indictment of a former president Donald Trump's aide.


The second indictment in the investigation by the special counsel is against Walt Nauta. The indictment, which was unsealed on Friday


lists 37 counts against Trump, some of which are related to charges of willful retention of national defence information.


Nauta is charged with six counts total, several of which are related to obstruction and concealment and the alleged behaviour.


According to the indictment, the prosecution claims that Nauta told lies to agents of the FBI during an interview with him in May 2022.


Before providing 15 boxes to the National Archives in 2022, he allegedly falsely claimed he was unaware of their arrival at Trump's home for his review.


However, the indictment states that Nauta helped move boxes from the storage room to his house.


Nauta gave a deceptive answer when asked if he knew where Trump's boxes had been kept before they were in his home and whether they had been in a safe or locked place.