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Judge rules on Trump’s $92M bond in New York defamation case

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A federal judge approved former President Trump posting $92 million in bond money as he appeals a defamation case brought by E. Jean Carroll.

In January, a jury found Trump liable for defaming Carroll after she accused him of sexually assaulting her in the 1990s.

Trump was ordered to pay $83.3 million in damages.

As part of the appeals process, Trump had to post 110% of the judgment value, which totaled nearly $100 million.

A Virginia-based insurance company provided the bond money.

The bond will guarantee payment if Trump’s appeal to overturn the verdict is unsuccessful.

Trump continues denying Carroll’s assault claim and says his previous statements about her were to defend his reputation and presidency.

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