Trump To Challenge Gag Order In DC Case So He Can Say What He Wants About Jack Smith

• A Washington, D.C., appeals court will hear arguments on Monday regarding former President Donald Trump’s limited gag order in his federal election interference case.
• The judge issued the gag order to prevent Trump from making statements publicly targeting special counsel Jack Smith and Chutkan’s staff.
• Trump’s lawyers argue that it violates his First Amendment rights, while the special counsel argues it is meant to protect potential jurors.
• During the hearing, both sides will get 20 minutes to argue their case.
• In August, Trump was charged with criminal schemes to overturn the 2020 election results and remain in power.

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