TRUMP to the DOJ. “If you go after me, I’m coming after you!”

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Trump said “If you go after me, I’m coming after you!” To the DOJ and now they want a Protective Order. Below is the definition of what they want.

A protective order, also known as a protective order request, is a legal request made by the Department of Justice (DOJ) in the Trump case to restrict access to certain information or evidence in order to protect its confidentiality, privacy, or other sensitive factors related to the case.

In the context of the Trump case, it is important to specify which case you are referring to, as there have been multiple legal proceedings involving former president Donald Trump and the DOJ. However, in general, a protective order can be requested by the DOJ when it believes that certain information should be kept confidential or restricted from public access. This could include classified or sensitive materials, the identity of informants or witnesses, or any information that could potentially compromise ongoing investigations, national security, or the privacy rights of individuals involved in the case.
The purpose of a protective order is to ensure that the information or evidence remains within approved channels and can only be accessed by authorized individuals involved in the case, preventing unauthorized disclosure or misuse. The exact details, scope, and terms of a protective order are usually determined by the court.
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