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Graphic zeigt die Aktiva - Grundbesitz - von Donald Trump, die gepfändet werden könnten.


Trump Besitz könnte gepfändet werden, um Kaution von $464M zu zahlen

By Ninian Carter

March 25, 2024 - Der New Yorker Generalstaatsanwalt könnte schon bald Donald Trumps Besitz pfänden, mutmaßlich Grundbesitz, sollte es ihm nicht möglich sein, die Kaution in Höhe von $464 Millionen für seine Betrugs-fälle aufzubringen.

New York Attorney General Letitia James could begin seizing Donald Trump’s assets, if he cannot raise the cash for a $464 million bond in his civil fraud case.

On March 18, Trump’s lawyers filed a court document declaring they were unable to secure the bond amount, which has increased from $454m to more than $464m due to interest charges.

This raises the possibility that James could begin the process of seizing his assets on March 25, most likely targeting his properties and golf courses.

Newsweek claims to have reviewed a document from the attorney general’s office that lists properties owned by Trump that had “fraudulent” and “misleading” values attached to them, which could end up being seized:

• Trump National Golf Club, Los Angeles – California
• Trump International Hotel and Tower, Las Vegas – Nevada
• Mar-a-Lago (official residence of Donald Trump) – Florida
• Trump National Golf Club, Jupiter – Florida
• Trump National Golf Club, Charlotte – North Carolina
• Trump National Golf Club, Washington D.C. – Virginia
• Trump National Golf Club, Philadelphia – New Jersey
• Trump National Golf Club, Hudson Valley – New York
• Trump National Golf Club, Colts Neck – New Jersey
• 40 Wall Street – New York
• Trump Tower – New York
• Trump Park Avenue – New York
• Trump National Golf Club, Westchester – New York
• Seven Springs, Bedford – New York
• Trump International Golf Links – Turnberry (Scotland)
• Trump International Golf Links – Aberdeen (Scotland)

PUBLISHED: 21/03/2024; STORY: Graphic News; PICTURES: Getty Images