Given the sensitive nature of the current trial, President Trump’s speech will be limited in order to protect the trial, its witnesses, and any judge orders. The president will likely refrain from commenting on the specifics of the case which could be seen as prejudicial or influencing the proceedings. Additionally, the White House legal team may advise the president not to make any inflammatory or dramatic statements which could be seen as inflammatory or objectionable. He may also wish to avoid making any statements that could be interpreted as a form of personal attack on the parties involved in the trial. Finally, the president may wish to carefully consider any public remarks made in relation to the trial so that no comments may be used against him legally.