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Former President Donald Trump posted a $175 million bond Monday night. Separately, a gag order against him was expanded in his hush-money trial. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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Former President Donald Trump, shown here at a mixed martial arts event on Nov. 11, is asking to be freed from a gag order in an election interference case. Frank Franklin II/AP hide caption

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An appeals court hears arguments about Trump's gag order in Jan. 6 case

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Former President Donald Trump during a trial in New York on Tuesday. A judge in a different case — happening in Washington, D.C. — issued a limited gag order that the ACLU said sweeps too broadly in restraining Trump's speech. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Former Minneapolis Police officer Tou Thao — one of the four ex-officers facing criminal charges in the death of George Floyd — was met by members of the press after a hearing at the Hennepin County Government Center in Minneapolis, at which Judge Peter Cahill lifted a gag order preventing involved parties from speaking publicly about the case. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images hide caption

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