Trump’s Lawyers Crush NY’s “Mad Grab” for Mar-a-Lago Jewel

Former President Trump’s legal team is ramping up their fight against New York Attorney General Letitia James’ “ridiculous” attempt to snatch Mar-a-Lago in her politically driven lawsuit against the Republican. Trump’s attorney Clifford S. Robert is not holding back, declaring James’ demand for a whopping $464 million bond as “unreasonable, unjust, and unconstitutional” in a letter sent to the Appellate Division of New York’s Supreme Court.

In the strongly-worded letter, Robert fiercely argued that forcing Trump to cough up such a colossal bond or sell off his beloved Mar-a-Lago before his appeal is settled would result in “irreparable harm” for the former president. He slammed the demand as an “unconstitutional Excessive Fine and a Taking,” emphasizing that it would be completely absurd and unconstitutional to require Trump to sell his properties in a rush just to be able to appeal the court’s decision.

The legal battle intensifies as Trump’s team claims that James and the New York Supreme Court are attempting to impose an outrageous and unconstitutional bond condition that would cause irreparable harm and prevent any review of the court’s purportedly flawed decision. Furthermore, they accuse the Attorney General of aiming to force the sale of Trump’s iconic and highly valuable real estate holdings in a distress sale, a move that they argue is driven by purely political motives.

James’ threat of seizing Trump’s assets if he fails to meet the bond requirement adds fuel to the fire. Nonetheless, Trump’s camp vehemently argues that he should not be compelled to post such a massive bond while awaiting the outcome of his recent civil business fraud trial. Trump himself labeled the judgment requirement as “crazy,” pointing out the dire consequences of selling off assets only to win the appeal and find the assets permanently lost.

In a strategic move, Robert highlighted various editorials underscoring James’ demands as politically motivated to hinder Trump’s potential return to the 2024 ballot. As the legal drama unfolds, the judge overseeing the case has expanded the monitor’s oversight of Trump’s assets, and the appeals court has temporarily halted orders that restrict Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. from involvement in the family company.

The battle rages on as each side stands their ground in what promises to be a showdown of epic proportions. Stay tuned for more drama, legal wrangling, and political intrigue as this saga continues to unfold.

Written by Staff Reports

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