New York Court of Appeals gives Trump 10 days to pay fine after reduction

The New York Court of Appeals has reduced the fine imposed on former US President Donald Trump from $500 million to $175 million, giving him 10 days to pay the fine.

“I will follow the decision of the Court of Appeals and pay the fine,” President Trump wrote on the website Truth Social.

Trump and his two sons were previously convicted of inflating the Trump Organization’s net worth by an estimated $812 million to $2.2 billion over a 10-year period to obtain favorable loan terms. , Judge Arthur Engoron sentenced him in February to pay a fine. $454 million.

Reacting to the decision, President Trump told American law enforcement authorities that he was forced to “sell my children,” his most valuable asset, because he fined and released thief Joe Biden. He said this was so that he could not ruin it by paying money. An appeal of the New York court ruling will cost about $500 million.

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