The Messenger reports:
“I learned that the subject offending post was never removed from the donaldjtrump.com and in fact, has been on the website for the past 17 days,” New York Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron remarked from the bench, asking why Trump shouldn’t face “serious sanctions” for his “blatant violation of the gag order,” such as fines or “possibly imprisoning him.”
Meidas Touch flagged the webpage, which has since been deleted. But the judge was clearly furious. The target of Trump’s post, law clerk Allison Greenfield, sat beside Engoron, who noted that in this “current overheated climate,” messages like the one the former president posted could lead, and has led, to “serious physical harm and worse.”
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The first headline to emerge today was fast — and certainly, furious.
“Judge Chastises Trump For ‘Blatant Violation of the Gag Order’ on His Clerk, Raises Possible Penalties Including Fines or Jail” 🔗https://t.co/PM0NX2BfQ5
— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) October 20, 2023