CNBC reports that the trial of Donald Trump for improper storage of classified documents has been postponed indefinitely. The decision came from a federal judge in Florida.

The federal investigation into the possession of classified documents was originally set to commence on May 20, 2024, in Florida. However, a recent ruling by U.S. District Judge Eileen Cannon has vacated that date and established a new pretrial schedule, with the next hearing scheduled for July 22.

To recall, in August 2023, Donald Trump failed to appear in court in Florida and declined to acknowledge additional charges related to the handling of classified documents.

"I have received a copy of the report and declare that I am not guilty of the alleged violations," he stated to the court at the time.

The charges stem from an investigation into the illegal use of classified information, theft, and destruction of documents.

Following a raid on the Mar-a-Lago estate in August 2022, Trump was indicted in June 2023 on 38 counts, including allegations of removing classified documents from the White House and concealing them in a private residence after his presidential term ended. The former president had previously faced three additional charges in this case.