Trump plans to post $100M bond in appeal of New York civil fraud judgement | 28 Feb 2024 | Former President Trump asked a New York appeals court to put on hold the enforcement of the multimillion dollar penalties he faces in his "civil fraud" case, suggesting he'd post a $100 million bond while the process plays out. Judge Arthur Engoron ordered Trump to pay nearly $355 million, plus interest, in penalties... The total judgement against Trump, which climbs nearly $112,000 in interest each day he doesn't pay it, now amounts to more than $454 million. On top of that, Engoron ruled that Trump, his business and top executives could not obtain loans from New York banks for three years.

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