Trump gag order reimposed after flood of web insults

Trump gag order reimposed after flood of web insults
Trump gag order reimposed after flood of web insults

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Former US President Donald Trump prepares to testify during his trial at New York State Supreme Court in New York on November 6, 2023. — AFP pic

NEW YORK, Dec 1 — An appeals court on Thursday reimposed a limited gag order on former president Donald Trump intended to protect court staff at his New York civil fraud trial after a flood of online abuse.

Judge Arthur Engoron had slapped the gag order on Trump on October 3 after he insulted the judge’s principal law clerk in a post on his Truth Social platform.

Trump’s attorneys appealed the order claiming it violated his right to free speech and it had been suspended pending a hearing.

The appeals court panel on Thursday rejected Trump’s appeal and reimposed the speech restrictions.


“On a daily basis, the judge and his staff are being inundated with hundreds of harassing and threatening phone calls, voicemail messages, and emails,” some of them anti-Semitic, according to a document in the decision.

It said personal details of the clerk who has faced Trump’s ire, including her phone number, had been revealed, and that she was receiving 20 to 30 calls a day.

Engoron has fined the 77-year-old Trump a total of US$15,000 for two violations of the restriction.


Trump, the frontrunner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, and his two eldest sons are accused of inflating the value of their real estate assets to receive more favourable bank loans and insurance terms.

Trump testified on November 6 and is expected to again take the witness stand on December 11.

He has called Engoron “crazy” and “unhinged,” and denounced New York state prosecutor Letitia James, who is Black, as “corrupt” and “racist.”

Trump lawyer Christopher Kise in a statement to US media called Thursday’s decision to reinstate the gag order “tragic day for the rule of law.”

Other trials

Trump’s freedom of speech is also an issue in the federal trial due to open on March 4 in Washington, where he is accused of seeking to upend the results of the 2020 election in a concerted effort that led to the violent January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol by his supporters.

Trump additionally faces federal charges for alleged mishandling top-secret documents after he left the White House, and has been indicted for racketeering in Georgia on accusations that he tried to overturn the 2020 election results in the southern state. — AFP

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