It’s hard to keep up with all the cases against Trump.

In the latest — the Stormy Daniels ‘hush money’ criminal trial — Trump was schooled by the judge in a virtual conference.

Judge Juan Merchan told him to cancel all commitments during the trial and put a ‘protective order’ in place banning him from sharing evidence in public. (That includes posting on Truth Social.)




This also means Trump will be a little busy attending court in the middle of his run for President since the court date of March 25, 2024, is just weeks after ‘Super Tuesday.’

Trump glowered into the camera, sitting angrily with his arms folded while his lawyer vainly attempted to claim:


‘President Trump is running for President of the United States and is the leading contender,’ his attorney Todd Blanche told the judge. ‘He is very much concerned that his 1st Amendment rights are being violated.’


As is his pattern, Trump later called it a ‘witch hunt’ and whined that Judge Merchan, a former prosecutor, ‘HATES ME.’


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