JUST IN: Trump SLAMS Letitia James' demand he post bond before appealing

"When I win the Appeal, all of that money is gone, and I would have done nothing wrong," he argued.

On Thursday, Donald Trump responded to New York Attorney General Letitia James after she said he should post his $460 million bond before appealing the ruling.

James argued that the court should reject the former president's "extraordinary request" to appeal without posting bond in its entirety, a feat which he deemed "practically impossible" to pay. 

"Even though I did nothing wrong, a Radical Left New York Judge, a true Trump Hater, Arthur Engoron (Are we allowed to speak about his Unconstitutional Gag Order?), picked a number out of THIN AIR, $355,000,000, plus interest (reminiscent of John Lovitz, 'The Liar,' on SNL when it was good), & wants me to bond it, which is not possible for bonding companies to do in such a high amount, before I can even Appeal," Trump wrote in a post on Truth Social. "That is CRAZY!"

"If I sold assets, and then won the Appeal, the assets would be forever gone," he claimed. "Also, putting up money before an Appeal is VERY EXPENSIVE. When I win the Appeal, all of that money is gone, and I would have done nothing wrong. The Crooked Judge, who has already been overturned 4 times on this case (a record!), fully understands this. He gave us a demand which he knows is impossible to do."

The former president called the whole thing a "Witch Hunt," adding that, "between a bad Judge and a Corrupt & Racist Attorney General, is horrible for New York. Businesses are FLEEING, while Violent Crime flourishes."


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