Before the much-anticipated Biden-Trump debate, a US judge partially lifts the Trump gag order.

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Before the much-anticipated Biden-Trump debate, a US judge partially lifts the Trump gag order.

Donald Trump is permitted to remark in public regarding case witnesses and in general regarding jurors.

Ahead of the much awaited presidential debate between US President Joe Biden and the former commander in chief, Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, has finally received some respite.

Before the much-anticipated Biden-Trump debate, a US judge partially lifts the Trump gag order.

According to the BBC, Judge Juan Merchan has partially relaxed the former president’s gag order in his hush money case, enabling him to publicly discuss case witnesses and offer general remarks about the jurors.

Trump, 78, is still prohibited from discussing prosecutors, court personnel, and their families in public.

Trump has repeatedly disregarded the court’s rulings, for which he has been threatened with jail time and fined thousands of dollars.

After Trump insulted his daughter on social media, Merchan renewed the gag order she had placed on him in late March.

Additionally, Trump insulted adult actress Stormy Daniels and important witness Michael Cohen on multiple occasions via social media attacks.

The billionaire former president was found guilty in May of fabricating financial documents to conceal payments made to Daniels for hush money prior to the 2016 US presidential election. This was the result of his hush money trial.

On Thursday night in Atlanta, the first presidential debate for the 2024 US general election between President Joe Biden and the Republican nominee is planned to take place.

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