Donald Trump Vows to Post Adjusted $175M Bond | 25 March 2024 | Former President Donald Trump vowed to post an adjusted bond amount of $175 million within ten days, according to a court ruling on Monday -- while decrying the court cases against him as “election interference." The new bond amount of $175 million is far less than the nearly half a billion Trump had Judge Arthur Engoron's order required him to post. The five-panel New York appeals court ruled Trump could post a bond "in the amount of $175 million" to cover the judgment. The court also delayed enforcement of the $464 million judgment by ten days. The order also means Trump can still operate a business in New York and obtain loans from New York financial institutions, CNN reported. Trump, appearing in New York for a separate court case, told reporters that he would comply with Monday's ruling.

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