Opinion: Why a gag order against Trump would be a good idea

CNN and other news organizations have reported, citing people familiar with the matter, that a Manhattan grand jury indicted the Trump Organization and its Chief Financial Officer, Allen Weisselberg, on Wednesday. It’s now a safe bet to expect former President Donald Trump to go on his usual rampage — an all-out verbal assault on prosecutors, judges and the court in his desperate attempt to discredit the case. Make no mistake about it, Shakespeare was right when he wrote, “What’s past is prologue.”