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Trump Is Racking Up An Extra $87,500 Per Day In Interest From Fraud Ruling

A New York judge ordered Trump to pay almost $355 million Friday in the civil fraud case against the ex-president and his company—an amount that will only keep ballooning, as a nine percent interest rate on the judgment means Trump’s bill will keep ticking up by more than $87,500 per day until it’s paid.

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Trump Is Racking Up An Extra $87,500 Per Day In Interest From Fraud Ruling
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    Trump Will Pay More Than $111,000 Per Day As He Appeals Fraud Ruling

    Trump Will Pay More Than $111,000 Per Day As He Appeals Fraud Ruling

    Former President Donald Trump and his co-defendants filed notice they’re appealing the ruling in the civil fraud case against the ex-president and his company on Monday—and the penalty he has to pay will keep increasing in the meantime, as a nine percent interest rate on the judgment means Trump’s …

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