Judge sceptical of requests to gag Trump attacks on FBI

By Andrew Goudsward
Updated June 25 2024 - 12:15pm, first published 12:11pm
Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to charges he illegally held sensitive US security papers. (AP PHOTO)
Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to charges he illegally held sensitive US security papers. (AP PHOTO)

The judge overseeing Donald Trump's classified-documents case has reacted sceptically to a request from prosecutors to bar the former US president from making statements that could endanger law enforcement agents who have worked on the case.

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