ABC7 New York Article Rating

Trump faces 'insurmountable difficulties' in securing $464M bond in civil fraud case

Mar 18, 2024 View Original Article
  • Bias Rating

    34% Medium Conservative

  • Reliability

    30% ReliableFair

  • Policy Leaning

    50% Medium Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -49% Negative

Bias Score Analysis

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

52% : While Garten said Trump is "financially stable" and maintains "substantial assets," the magnitude of the judgment would require him to use his real estate as collateral for the bond.
52% : "While it is my understanding that the Trump Organization is in a strong liquidity position, it does not have $1 billion in cash or cash equivalents," Guilietti wrote.
34% : Trump's attorneys, who have called the judgment "unconstitutionally excessive," asked an appellate court again on Monday to allow Trump to secure a bond in a lesser amount.
33% : So far, according to Garten's affirmation, no surety bond provider approached by Trump is willing to accept real estate as collateral, including Chubb, the insurance giant underwriting Trump's bond in the E. Jean Carroll case.
24% : Judge Arthur Engoron in February ordered Trump to pay $464 million in disgorgement and interest after holding him liable for doing a decade's worth of business with fraudulent financial statements that overvalued his real estate holdings and hyped his wealth.
24% : The New York Attorney General's Office has objected to a lesser bond, arguing Trump and his co-defendants "will attempt to evade enforcement of the judgment or to make enforcement more difficult.
23% : Trump was also barred from leading any New York company for three years.

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