Gene Spektor had been serving a sentence of 3.5 years for a prior conviction for bribery in September 2022.
GOP voters are more concerned about Trump's indictment being politically motivated than his conduct being a national security risk.
Trump has been indicted on seven counts that include a charge under the Espionage Act.
"This looks like highly damning evidence for the prosecution," former special counsel Ryan Goodman said of the tape.
Claudia Conway, who is a frequent critic of Trump, has weighed in on his latest legal woes.
Joyce Vance, a former prosecutor in Alabama, said Trump is unlikely to be detained but that other measures could be put in place after his appearance in court.
CNN reported that prosecutors have obtained a July 2021 audio recording of Trump speaking about a classified Pentagon document in his possession.
"This is squarely an Espionage Act case," said Ryan Goodman, formerly of the Department of Defense. "Former President Trump will be charged."
"When it comes to Paul's freedom, we need to see concessions made and accepted," David Whelan said.
The cast and team behind new Prime Video spy series "Citadel" spoke to Newsweek about the show's inspirations.
Russian journalists were set to attend the United Nations Security Council meeting in New York City on Monday, along with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
Two New York-based individuals have been charged for allegedly supporting Chinese interests as part of a secret outpost in Manhattan.
The unsanctioned outpost was reportedly based in an NYC Chinatown office building and used to harass dissidents, among other activities.
The Russian leader and his circle have seen all the documents by now, and he'd probably prefer that no one else did.
Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich was detained in the city of Yekaterinburg, the FSB said.
Russia has been receiving a "steady stream of human intelligence" from Ukraine, according to the London-based Royal United Services Institute think tank.
The Chinese high-altitude balloon shot down off the East Coast of the United States was a mere "afterthought" for Beijing, one analyst told Newsweek.
The American public's views of China are at their least favorable on record, according to Gallup.
China's state-owned ZPMC makes 80 percent of the cranes used at U.S. ports, an official told The Wall Street Journal.
The shooting down of an alleged Chinese spy balloon by an American F-22 Raptor on Feb. 4 brought to an end one of the silliest episodes in modern international espionage history—or did it?
State-owned news outlets in China have repeatedly dismissed the U.S. determination that the balloon was used for surveillance.
The U.S. downed an object "the size of a small car" off Alaska on Friday.
China's response to the discovery of its high-altitude surveillance balloon may be as damaging as its decision to launch it.
Republican Representative Andy Biggs suggested the balloon should have been shot down "over the sparsely populated Aleutian Islands."
As the recovery effort continued Tuesday, China's foreign ministry said the balloon "doesn't belong to the U.S."
The vice foreign minister of China lodged a formal complaint to the U.S. Embassy for downing the suspected surveillance balloon that flew over the U.S.
"And there is some speculation...that the Pentagon deliberately did it because they thought Trump would be too provocative and too aggressive," Mike Waltz said.