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Trump's $354M fraud verdict: Election play or justice?

Trump's $354M fraud verdict: Election play or justice?

Former President Donald Trump claims to be politically persecuted more than any other former president in America — and after the $354 million fraud verdict against him, it seems he’s probably right.

The penalty will exceed $450 million, and the New York attorney general keeps claiming she may seize Trump’s assets if he can’t pay the $354 million fine.

The mainstream media is having a field day with the verdict, even though there was no victim in the case levied against him.

“Now we know that there was no victim here, and that’s a key part of this story,” Stu Burguiere explains. “It’s not like a situation where he lied to the bank.”

Trump didn’t lie to the bank, and the bank wasn’t hurt in the process. Trump allegedly did, however, lie about how much his properties were valued at.

“Now, the banks themselves say, ‘Well, actually we do our own checking on that. We check to see if these values are right, we look at them ourselves. Everybody makes up values that, you know, we’re not comfortable with. But we gave him the loan because we thought he was a good risk,’” Stu says, breaking it down to the simplest terms.

Which is why Stu knows that New York AG Letitia James isn’t going after Donald Trump because it legally makes sense to go after Donald Trump but rather because she hates him.

“This was her campaign promise, to go after Donald Trump really with any means necessary. So that’s what she’s doing,” he says.

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