Unprecedented Bond Places Insurmountable Pressure on Trump Family in Civil Fraud Case

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

Eric Trump has expressed frustration over the $454 million bond that his father, former President Donald Trump, must pay in a civil fraud case by Monday. The bond is unprecedented, and insurance companies were initially reluctant to provide it due to its enormity.

In a statement to Fox News, Eric Trump explained how insurers laughed at the request for such a large bond. He also mentioned that his father had posted on Truth Social last week stating that he had around $500 million in cash but didn’t intend to give money to what he considered an unfair judge.

Despite attempts to delay the penalty, a judge rejected the motion in February. The former President, who recently secured the Republican nomination for president, believes that the case is politically motivated, a sentiment echoed by Eric Trump.

The Trump family is now facing the challenge of raising a sum that Eric Trump deems “not physically possible.” The former President is currently appealing the civil fraud verdict, which found him liable for $355 million plus interest. Despite this setback, Eric Trump remains optimistic about his father’s chances of success in the upcoming presidential election.

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