WASHINGTON — Jack Smith, the special counsel appointed to investigate former President Donald J. Trump — known to colleagues as a brisk and hard-charging prosecutor — was already working 12-hour days before moving from his home in The Hague to Washington for a new job and an uncertain future.

The actions Mr. Smith has taken since he began in November suggest a prosecutor on the move to resolve concurrent investigations into Mr. Trump’s retention of government documents and his actions…


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