Ryan E.
August 13, 2023

Judge Limits Trump's Ability To Share Evidence

The judge in former President Donald Trump's latest federal case has officially made a decision:

There will be limits on what Trump can publicly share in his federal election interference case.

Judge Tanya Chutkan recently crafted the details of a protective order in a court hearing. During that hearing, she gave the Department of Justice the opportunity to decide what Trump will or will not be allowed to share with the media and his supporters.

"The existence of a political campaign is not going to have any bearing on my decision," Chutkan said. "Even arguably ambiguous statements by the parties or their counsel, if they could be reasonably interpreted to intimidate witnesses or to prejudice potential jurors, can threaten the process."

The DOJ had originally wanted a sweeping limit on what Trump would be able to share, citing his characteristically bombastic social media presence.

That doesn't seem fair to me though. When did we start punishing those on trial just because they are popular?

It's clear that the liberals in America are just making up the rules as they go along, trying to do whatever they can to corner Trump.

It isn't working.

Trump's approval ratings are WAY up, and Joe Biden continues to remain underwater.

It's going to take a lot more than a couple of phony court cases for America to turn on the man who led us to the best four years in recent American history.

"If that means that he can’t say exactly what he wants to say about people who may be witnesses in this case, that’s how it’s going to have to be," Chutkan said with regard to how the protective order might impact Trump.

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