President Trump Files Major Motion to Remove Judge Merchan’s Unconstitutional Gag Order

by J Pelkey
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President Trump has been trying to defend himself to the American public regarding the junk charges against him in Manhattan. However, the judge has imposed a gag order, threatening to throw him in jail if he doesn’t keep quiet.

On Thursday morning, in New York, Trump announced that his legal team filed a motion to appeal the gag order, arguing that it violates his constitutional rights.

 Fox News reported:

Former President Trump announced Thursday morning that his defense team in the NY v. Trump case has filed a motion to appeal the “unconstitutional gag order” that was imposed on the 45th president, restricting what he can publicly say about the case.

“I just want to let you know that we’ve just filed a major motion in the appellate division concerning the absolutely unconstitutional gag order, where I’m essentially not allowed to talk to you about anything meaningful that’s going on in the case. And many good things are going on with the case. It shouldn’t have been filed,” he said.

Trump is under a gag order that prevents him from making or directing others to make public statements about witnesses and their potential participation or remarks about court staff, DA staff or family members of staff. The judge in the case has ruled Trump has violated the order 10 times, resulting in a total of $10,000 in fines, and threatened jail time if Trump continues to violate the order.

Earlier this week, Trump expertly outmaneuvered Judge Merchan, avoiding gag order violations by directly quoting mainstreem media reports.

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Watch Trump’s remarks on the latest motion filed in the case:

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