New York judge warns Trump’s ‘blatant violation’ of gag order is ‘under review’

Former President Donald Trump may have violated a gag order in the civil fraud case against him in New York, a judge said Friday.
New York Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron said he would take the matter “under review” after lecturing Trump’s attorneys about a post on Trump’s campaign website attacking Engoron’s clerk, according to the Messenger.
Engoron issued a narrow gag order in the case this month in response to Trump targeting clerk Allison Greenfield on his social media platform Truth Social.
Trump had posted a photo of Greenfield and a link to her Instagram account, baselessly referring to her as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) girlfriend.
“Schumer’s girlfriend, Alison R. Greenfield [sic], is running this case against me. How disgraceful!” Trump wrote in the now-deleted post. “This case should be dismissed immediately!!”
Engoron’s …