Judge imposes partial gag order on Donald Trump ahead of hush money trial

Judge imposes partial gag order on Donald Trump ahead of hush money trial

Judge imposes partial gag order on Donald Trump ahead of hush money trial

Former President Trump saw a surge in his net worth after his social media company’s shares soared, adding billions to his wealth. However, he faced a partial gag order from the judge in a hush money case. ABC’s Ainikki has the details.

Donald Trump is less than three weeks away from his trial for alleged felonies. He can criticize the prosecutor and judge but is prohibited from discussing others involved in the case, such as witnesses and court staff. The judge imposed the gag order after Trump’s inflammatory remarks, deeming them a risk of harm.

Meanwhile, Trump’s social media company’s shares rose by 16% on their first day of trading on the NASDAQ, making the company valued at about a thousand times its annual revenue. Despite skepticism about its business sense, Trump’s stake is now worth billions, although he can’t cash out for six months.

To raise money faster, Trump is now selling a $59.99 “God Bless the USA” Bible, which includes texts of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. Trump endorsed the Bible, stating that “we must make America pray again.” This licensing deal will earn Trump royalties, contributing to his pocket.

This news comes as Trump continues to navigate legal challenges and capitalize on business opportunities.

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