Alina Habba ridicules New York AG’s response as appeals court lowers Trump’s bond amount

Alina Habba, the attorney representing former President Trump, taunted New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) following a substantial reduction in the bond amount he is required to pay while appealing his civil fraud penalty worth millions of dollars.

During an appearance on Fox News’s “Jesse Watters Primetime” Monday evening, Habba was questioned by the host regarding the court’s recent decision to reduce Trump’s bond from $464 million to $175 million.

“We emerged victorious,” she declared. “But you know what? We haven’t truly won yet. The real victory will come when we successfully overturn all of this, and mark my words, that’s exactly what will happen.”

Habba expressed his dissatisfaction with James and Judge Arthur Engoron, who initially mandated Trump to pay $355 million, plus interest. The judge found that the former president had orchestrated a scheme to deceive banks and insurers about his true net worth. Moreover, the judge ordered Trump to cover the prejudgment interest, which accumulated daily based on the transaction dates. With each passing day, the interest increased by $112,000, eventually amounting to $464 million by the time the appeals court reduced his bond.

Letitia found herself in a situation today where she had to face the consequences of all the tweets she had posted. It all stemmed from the controversial ruling by Judge Engoron, which not only had an outrageously high number attached to it but also served as a grave injustice to the American people, including Donald Trump. Habba expressed her frustration with the situation, highlighting the need for Letitia to take responsibility for her actions.

Habba expressed her curiosity about James’ online post following the court’s decision. She mentioned that she was enjoying sharing updates about the daily interest being added to Trump’s penalty.

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