Trump’s $175M bond keeps prized properties from being seized — for now

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Former President Trump has secured a $175 million bond in his civil fraud case, keeping at bay the seizure of his most prized properties — for now. 

The bond – a fragment of the amount Trump and his co-defendants owe after a New York judge found they engaged in deceitful business practices – ensures that New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) can’t make good on the full, multimillion-dollar judgment until after their appeal of the judge’s ruling plays out.  

Judge Arthur Engoron found Trump, his company and top executives liable for fraud, ruling after…

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