What hap­pens if Trump doesn’t secure his $454 mil­lion bond? Left and Right say it’s gone to far

What happens if Trump doesn’t secure his 4 million bond? Left and Right say it’s gone to far

For­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump made clear Tues­day he would have to take extra­or­di­nary mea­sures to pay a $464 mil­lion bond due next week in his New York civ­il fraud case, sug­gest­ing that he’d need to sell some of prop­er­ties at “fire sale” prices.
Trump’s com­ments came in a hyper-crit­i­cal Truth Social post against New York Supreme Court Jus­tice Arthur Engoron, who ruled against the for­mer pres­i­dent in his fraud case last month. The for­mer pres­i­dent is ask­ing an appeals court to delay post­ing the bond until his appeal of the case is over, as a sur­pris­ing num­ber of pun­dits on both the Left and the Right have sug­gest­ed what Trump is going through is “unfair.”

FILE – For­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump sits in the court­room before the start of clos­ing argu­ments in his civ­il busines …