According to journalists, on October 3, Judge Arthur Engoron ordered all parties not to say anything about any court employees after Trump published a message about Secretary Engoron on his own social network Truth Social.
The post claimed she was the “girlfriend” of US Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-New York, and published a photo of the two of them together.
The post was removed from Truth Social immediately after the judge issued the order, but the post was not removed from the Trump campaign website.
The judge admonished the former president’s lawyers for “flagrantly violating” the order and said repeated violations could result in jail time.
Trump’s lawyer apologized to the judge on the ex-president’s behalf, saying it was “inadvertent.”
In a written decision, Engoron noted that he fined Trump only a nominal amount—$5,000—because it was a “first offense.”
REFERENCE. Trump faces 91 charges in four criminal cases. We are talking about the illegal handling of secret documents, an attempt to falsify election results and the illegal expenditure of funds raised for the presidential campaign. Despite this, Trump continues to participate in the 2024 election campaign.
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