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News Wrap: Trump again under gag order again in fraud trial

Season 2023 Episode 345 | 4m 01s

In our news wrap Thursday, former President Trump is under a gag order again in his civil fraud trial in New York, Sen. Tommy Tuberville is signaling he's ready to end his blockade of hundreds of high-level military nominations and Meta says it has eliminated a network of fake Facebook accounts designed to increase political divisions in the U.S.

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