A number of Secret Service agents are set to testify as part of the federal investigation into Donald Trump's handling of classified documents, according to reports.
Fox News's Bret Baier said on Twitter that "multiple" Secret Service agents connected to the former president have been subpoenaed and are "expected to testify before the D.C. grand jury likely on Friday.".
A Fox News report gave no further details about the apparent upcoming testimonies from the Secret Service, other than to say they are scheduled to take place on April 7.
Newsweek reached out to the Secret Service via email for comment.
US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump (C) is surrounded by members of the Secret Service as he visits the tomb of former U.S. President Gerald Ford in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on September 30, 2016.
"Multiple" Secret Service agents are reportedly set to testify as part of the probe into Trump's alleged mishandling of classified documents at Mar-a-Lago.
The reports of Secret Service subpoenas arrive after there have been other indications that Smith's investigation into Trump's handling of classified materials is ramping up. »