Former President Donald Trump has once again appealed the gag order placed on him in his hush money trial in Manhattan, New York.

In an appeal filed on Wednesday with the New York Court of Appeals, Trump asked for the gag order, which limits him from publicly speaking about witnesses, jurors, court staff, attorneys and Judge Juan Merchan’s family, to be struck down.

Trump, who faces 34 counts of falsification of business records, has been on trial for the last several weeks. However, he is limited on what he can say.

Steven Cheung, a spokesman for the Trump campaign, revealed Trump’s latest move to get the gag order repealed, saying, “President Trump has filed a notice to appeal the unconstitutional and un-American gag order imposed by conflicted Judge Juan Merchan in the lawless Manhattan DA case.”

“The threat to throw the 45th President of the United States and the leading candidate in the 2024 presidential election in jail for exercising his First Amendment rights is a Third World authoritarian tactic typical of crooked Joe Biden and his comrades,” he continued.

Trump’s latest attempt to throw out the gag order placed on him comes after a lower appeals court rejected his bid on Tuesday. “We find that Justice Merchan properly weighed petitioner’s First Amendment Rights against the court’s historical commitment to ensuring the fair administration of justice in criminal cases, and the right of persons related or tangentially related to the criminal proceedings from being free from threats, intimidation, harassment, and harm,” the New York appeals court stated.

“Justice Merchan properly determined that petitioner’s public statements posed a significant threat to the integrity of the testimony of witnesses and potential witnesses in this case as well,” the court added.

So far, Trump has been fined 10 times in the trial for violating the gag order for various comments, including an interview in which he casted doubt on the jury’s composition, complaining that it mainly comprised Democrats.

Trump is currently sitting on a strong warning of jail time, as Merchan told him that he would “consider” incarceratory punishment if he violates the gag order again.

“The last thing I want to consider is jail. You are [the] former president and possibly the next president,” Merchan stated, adding, “The magnitude of that decision is not lost on me. Your continued willful violation of the court’s order … constitutes a direct attack … and will not be allowed to continue.”