Trump shares menace as lawyer opposes gag order

Trump shares menace as lawyer opposes gag order

Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump attends a marketing campaign rally in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, U.S., October 9, 2023. 

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Former President Donald Trump on Monday shared a menace made in a social media submit by a former prime official in his administration, who wrote that individuals who “framed Trump … can pay.”

Trump reposted the Reality Social submit by Monica Crowley on the identical time his lawyer was arguing to a federal appeals courtroom in Washington, D.C., that he shouldn’t be topic to a gag order in his legal election interference case there.

That case is only one of 4 legal circumstances pending in opposition to Trump as he continues to be the front-runner within the 2024 Republican presidential nomination contest.

Crowley’s submit referenced these circumstances as she additionally argued that the riot by Trump supporters on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, had been falsely characterised by media and a choose Home committee that investigated that try to stop Congress from certifying President Joe Biden’s electoral victory.

“Every part you have been instructed about January sixth is bullsh!t,” Crowley wrote. “The actual insurrectionists are those that framed Trump to attempt to cease him from ever being President once more – & who framed YOU as “home terrorists” to attempt to crush America First.”

“They’ve failed – and they’ll pay,” she wrote.

Crowley served as an assistant secretary for public affairs within the Treasury Division beneath Trump.

The previous president has mentioned that all the legal circumstances in opposition to him had been orchestrated by Biden, the Division of Justice, and Democrats to hurt his possibilities of profitable the 2024 election.

At Monday’s appeals courtroom listening to in Washington, a panel of judges sharply questioned Trump’s lawyer as he argued in opposition to the gag order issued in his federal election interference case, which prohibits him from making public statements focusing on prosecutors and “fairly foreseeable” witnesses relating to their testimony.

Decide Tanya Chutkan, in issuing that gag order, mentioned that Trump’s his statements focusing on individuals concerned within the case had been “sufficiently grave threats to the integrity of those proceedings.”

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