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Judge denies Trump’s request to delay enforcing $355 million verdict

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Former President Donald Trump has asked the judge in his civil fraud case to delay enforcing the $355 million judgment against him for one month.

Trump’s attorneys argued the New York Attorney General showed an “unseemly rush” to enforce the ruling by quickly submitting a proposal.

However, the judge denied Trump’s request. Trump has 30 days to post bond and appeal after a judgment is entered.

Last week, the judge ordered Trump to pay $355 million plus interest and imposed a three-year business officer ban in New York.

Trump’s attorney requested a 30-day stay of enforcement to allow for an orderly post-judgment process, given the magnitude.

Trump’s attorneys requested that “the Court stay enforcement of that Judgment for thirty (30) days. Given that the court-appointed monitor continues to be in place, there is no prejudice to the Attorney General in briefly staying enforcement to allow for an orderly post-Judgment process, particularly given the magnitude of Judgment.”

However, the New York attorney general opposed the request, stating there is no room for further debate, as the judge’s order was clear and Trump’s lawyer provided no basis for the extension.

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