Feds Seek To Silence Trump

3 weeks ago Federal prosecutors have asked the judge overseeing the classified documents case against Donald Trump to bar the former president from public statements that “pose a significant, imminent, and foreseeable danger to law enforcement agents” participating in the prosecution. The request to U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon follows the revelation that FBI agents who searched Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home were authorized to use deadly force if necessary. Trump recently pointed out that the FBI agents were “authorized to shoot me” and were “locked & loaded ready to take me out & put my family in danger.”


Meanwhile, thousands gathered in the Bronx to support President Trump this week. The rally was held in one of the most diverse and impoverished neighborhoods in New York City.

One Trump supporter explained why so many people came to the rally, “America is not a skin color ethnicity, America is an ideology and if you meet people that don’t look like you, that think like you, you should be more attracted to that than people who look like you. I think that’s the strength, I think that’s why I’m out here.”

The rally came during a pause in Trump’s criminal hush money trial after both sides rested their cases this week.