Just days removed from the gag order being temporarily lifted, Trump may have given Judge Chutkan a reason to put it back into place.
Chutkan removed the gag order late last week while Trump’s attorneys work their way through the appeal process.
Considering the initial gag order was put in place because of Trump’s attacks against witnesses and court staffers, this is not a good look.
On the Attack
I know Trump loves to attack, which he can still do, but he needs to watch the language he is using in these attacks.
That was not the case when Trump called out Australian billionaire Anthony Pratt, who will be a witness in the classified documents case against Trump.
According to Pratt, Trump shared details of the Navy’s nuclear submarine capabilities that were classified at Mar-a-Lago.
Trump went right to Truth Social to attack Pratt, posting, “The Failing New York Times story, leaked by Deranged Jack Smith and the Biden ‘Political Opponent Abuser’ DOJ, about a red haired weirdo from Australia, named Anthony Pratt, is Fake News. I never spoke to him about Submarines.
“But I did speak to him about creating jobs in Ohio and Pennsylvania, because that’s what I’m all about – JOBS, A GREAT ECONOMY, LOW TAXES, NO INFLATION, ENERGY DOMINANCE, STRONG BORDERS, NO ENDLESS WARS, LOW INTEREST RATES, and much more!”
According to another report, Trump shared with Pratt the exact number of warheads our subs carry as well as how close they can get to their Russian counterparts without being detected.
The New York Times and Australia’s “60 Minutes” have also claimed there is audio of Trump telling the information to Pratt, which if true, will sink Trump in this case.
Pratt is but one of the 80 or more witnesses Special Counsel Jack Smith plans on calling against Trump in the 40-count indictment in the classified documents case.