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President Trump FIGHTS BACK Against Letitia James’ Unconstitutional Attempt To Seize Properties

In a crazy turn of events in the Trump NY civil fraud judgment saga, Letitia James took initial steps to seize several of Trump’s properties earlier today.

Specifically, James filed judgements in Westchester County, NY. This where President Trump’s iconic golf course and private Seven Springs estate is located.

If Trump does not pay the judgment within four days or convince an appellate court to defer the payment, then his assets could be seized.

Take a look at this insane development, which is making major waves on social media:

Simon Ateba shared a great video summing up just how unfair the NY civil fraud judgment against Trump is, especially in light of Letitia James’ latest move:

We reported more on the potential ramifications of Leticia James’ actions here…

Letitia James Is About To Start A Civil War — Set To Unconstitutionally Seize Trump’s Iconic Properties Next Week?

Now, President Trump's legal team is fighting back.

His lawyers have blasted Letitia James' attempt to seize Trump's assets as "unconstitutional" in a letter sent to the Appellate Division of New York’s Supreme Court.

Indeed, the 8th Amendment states:

Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.



Trump's legal defense has formally filed an appeal requesting a stay on the unfair $464 million judgment.

President Trump won't take this one lying down...

Fox News reported on Team Trump's response in more detail:

Lawyers for former President Trump are blasting New York Attorney General Letitia James’ "unconstitutional" attempts to block the GOP presumptive nominee’s appeal and force a property sale as the deadline for him to post hundreds of millions of dollars of bond in the case looms.

Trump and his legal team have appealed and requested a stay on his $464 million civil fraud judgment. On Monday, his lawyers said that "ongoing diligent efforts have proven that a bond in the judgment’s full amount is a ‘practical impossibility,’" amid attempts to approach about 30 surety companies.

The lawyers said the "enormous magnitude" of the bond requirement, which effectively requires cash reserves approaching $1 billion, is "unprecedented for a private company."

James has pushed back, calling Trump’s request for a stay "extraordinary" and "improper." James has said that Trump should be able to secure the entire value via multiple sureties or offer his real estate holdings as collateral.

But Trump attorney Clifford S. Robert on Thursday sent a letter to the Appellate Division of New York’s Supreme Court, arguing James’ efforts are "unconstitutional."

What do you think?

Is Trump making the right move?

Should Letitia James be disbarred? As Vivek Ramaswamy suggests...


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