President Trump responded to U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Chutkan’s Monday ruling to place a partial gag order on the president in relation to the ongoing federal case against him based out of Washington, D.C.
“We’ll appeal it,” Trump told a crowd of caucus-goers in Adel, Iowa, at a Team Trump Commit to Caucus Event.
He called the ruling “unconstitutional” and added that although he’s facing a slew of legal attacks, “We have so much support, it’s incredible.”
As reported by RSBN, Chutkan ruled on Monday that the president would have a limited gag order that would prevent him from making public statements about “witnesses, prosecutors or court staff involved in the federal criminal case in which he stands accused of conspiring to overturn the 2020 election.”
“I’m not supposed to be talking about the things that bad people do,” Trump joked on Monday. “…We’ll be appealing VERY soon.”
He also joked, “I’ll be the only politician in history that runs [for office] with a gag order!”
During Monday’s event in Adel, the president heavily centered on foreign policy, the threat of Iran, and the possibility that the U.S. could soon find itself embroiled in World War III.
“Our country is in more danger now than it’s ever been,” he warned.
The president further warned the audience that as the southern border remains unsecured and continues to facilitate the illegal immigration of unidentified young, military-aged men, Americans should “be prepared.” He didn’t elaborate further.
However, the president reiterated that the U.S. was “SO CLOSE” to World War III.
He encouraged Iowans to show up and vote during the Iowa caucuses, stating, “Get out, caucus, and let’s WIN BIG!”