Unprecedented Bond: Eric Trump Vents Frustration over $454 Million Penalty in Donald Trump Fraud Case

Insurance companies scoffed at the request for a $454 million bond for Trump: Eric Trump.

Eric Trump, the son of former President Donald Trump, has expressed frustration at the $454 million bond that his father must pay by Monday to cover his penalty in a civil fraud case. The exorbitant sum is not even available in the United States, according to Eric Trump. In an interview with Fox News, he emphasized the unprecedented nature of the bond and how insurers were laughing at the request due to its enormity.

Eric Trump also stated that his father posted on Truth Social last week stating that he has around $500 million in cash but doesn’t intend to give money to what he considers to be an unfair judge. The former President is currently appealing the civil fraud verdict, which found him liable for $355 million plus interest. Despite attempts to delay the penalty, a judge rejected the motion in February.

The Trump family is now facing the challenge of raising a sum that Eric Trump deems “not physically possible.” The case has been politically motivated, as echoed by both Donald and Eric Trump. The situation has been referred to as “lawfare” designed to stop Donald Trump from financing his election campaign.

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