Bragg asks judge to extend Trump’s gag order, citing deluge of threats

Former President Donald Trump delivers remarks to reporters after the end of the day of jury deliberations in his criminal trial in May in Manhattan. (Doug Mills/The New York Times)

NEW YORK — Manhattan prosecutors said Friday that a judge should keep in place major elements of the gag order imposed on Donald Trump before his criminal trial, citing dozens of threats that have been made against officials connected to the case.