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Trump's bond is now $175 million in fraud case. Here's what the New York attorney general could do if he doesn't pay.

Katrina Kaufman, Graham Kates
CBS News
March 25, 2024

Adam Kaufmann was quoted in CBS News on the potential repercussions for Donald Trump if the former president fails to pay his $464 million civil fraud judgment.

Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for president, could ultimately end up among the one in 100 Americans whose pay is withheld so creditors can collect.

Adam Kaufmann, an attorney at Lewis Baach Kaufmann Middlemiss, said the state could garnish Trump's income and revenues from the Mar-a-Lago Club, for example.

"You could have a president of the United States having his wages garnished by a creditor," Kaufmann said.

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