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Appeals court upholds gag order on Trump in Washington case but narrows restrictions on his speech

  • A US appeals court has upheld a gag order on Donald Trump, limiting his criticism of prosecutors and potential witnesses in a criminal case related to the 2020 election.
  • The order allows Trump to make disparaging comments about special counsel Jack Smith but bans public statements about known or foreseeable witnesses.
  • The court's decision recognizes Trump's right to criticize President Biden and argue the prosecution is politically motivated, while acknowledging the need to protect the fairness of the trial.
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