The order now allows Trump to familiarize himself with evidence collected in the case, including classified documents, only in the presence of his lawyers, reports The Hill. It also prohibits you from distributing any information about the case to journalists or on social media. “Defendants are not to retain copies of materials found,” Judge Bruce Reinhart, who previously approved the Mar-a-Lago search warrant, wrote in the order. A similar ruling was issued in May in a New York case involving the payment of silence money to adult film actress Stormy Daniels.
Recall that Trump was charged with 37 counts in the possession of classified documents case. Combined, he faces up to 400 years in prison.