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Meanwhile on CNN… They’re urging Trump to sell Mar-a-Lago and the price tag MAGICALLY goes way up!


New York Attorney General Letitia James is making good on her pledge to get former President Donald Trump, bringing a staggering civil fraud case against him that now has her eyeing his assets.

With a deadline looming and Trump’s prospects dim for securing the $464 million bond, reports indicate that James is making moves to seize Trump properties in New York.

The properties specifically are a Westchester County golf course and the Seven Springs estate.

Over on CNN, Trump was being urged to sell off his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach where he currently lives. The unbelievable “price-change” from the mouths of pundits is enough to make you gasp.

“Shortly after Judge Arthur Engoron handed down his Feb. 16 verdict against Trump in the case, James’ team formally registered the judgments in Westchester County, indicating that his properties there may be in jeopardy, documents reveal,” the New York Post reported. “James’ team made the filing on March 6 without providing a name of specific Trump assets or a reason for doing so. Trump’s properties there include Trump National Golf Club Westchester as well as the 212-acre Seven Springs estate.”

The outrageous overreach of the so-called Justice Department have plenty of Trump supporters – and supporters of the U.S. Constitution – fuming.

“Forget about Trump. You think this is good for business in New York? You think this is good for business in America?” Kevin O’Leary asked in a recent interview on CNN.

“How is possible — in America in 2024 — that a man could be stripped of hundreds of millions in assets even before he has a chance to appeal? It’s simply unthinkable,” the New York Post Editorial Board wrote this week. “And is there any doubt there’d be no case against Trump if he weren’t running for prez?”

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