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Summary

TLDRThe transcript discusses the ongoing legal battle involving former President Donald Trump and his business practices. Trump and his associates have been ordered to pay over $350 million in damages for allegedly inflating assets to secure loans. The New York Attorney General, Letitia James, has been vocal in her pursuit of the case, which Trump's attorney, Alina Habba, claims is politically motivated. The case has implications for New York's business climate, with concerns raised about the state's regulatory environment and the potential for a chilling effect on entrepreneurship. Trump's appeal against the civil fraud verdict continues, with the former president's team preparing to challenge the ruling.

Takeaways

  • πŸ“œ Former President Trump and his codefendants have been ordered to pay over $350 million in damages following a civil fraud trial in New York.
  • 🚨 New York Governor Kathy Hochul is deploying state personnel, including the National Guard, to address protests and security concerns in the city.
  • πŸ›οΈ The New York Attorney General, Leticia James, accused Trump of a decade-long fraudulent scheme to inflate asset values for financial gain.
  • πŸ”Š Trump's attorney, Alina Habba, claims the lawsuit is politically motivated and that the appeal record is strong, indicating confidence in an overturn on appeal.
  • πŸ’Ό The ruling could potentially force Trump to forfeit a significant portion of his wealth and lead to a reshuffling at the Trump Organization.
  • 🚫 The New York appellate judge rejected Trump's request to pause the $454 million civil fraud penalty but allowed a temporary delay on rulings affecting his business operations.
  • 🏦 Major investment firms are reportedly leaving New York, with concerns about the legal environment and potential for similar cases against other businesses.
  • πŸ™οΈ The situation has raised questions about the future of entrepreneurship and investment in New York, with some considering more business-friendly states.
  • πŸ“‰ The financial hit from the penalty could impact Trump's ability to raise funds and maintain his business ventures.
  • πŸ—£οΈ There is ongoing debate about the fairness and precedent set by the case, with some arguing it could deter investment and entrepreneurship in New York.

Q & A

  • What is the update on former President Trump's appeal against his New York civil fraud verdict?

    -A New York appellate judge rejected former President Trump's request to pause the $454 million civil fraud penalty, but he won a temporary delay on rulings that banned him from running a business in New York state and taking out loans from New York banks.

  • How much was Donald Trump and his family business ordered to pay in penalties?

    -Donald Trump and his family business were ordered to pay more than $350 million in penalties for fraudulently inflating his wealth for financial gain.

  • What was the accusation against Trump by New York Attorney General Leticia James?

    -Leticia James accused Trump of engaging in a decade-long scheme to fraudulently and falsely value his assets to acquire loans at bargain rates.

  • What was the reaction of the New York Times to the situation?

    -The New York Times reported that several major investment firms

Outlines

00:00

πŸ“° Trump's New York Civil Fraud Verdict Update

The video discusses the recent developments in former President Trump's appeal against the New York civil fraud verdict. Trump and his co-defendants have been ordered to pay over $350 million in damages. The New York attorney general, Leticia James, accused Trump of a decade-long scheme to inflate his assets for financial gain. The video also mentions the protests in New York City and the deployment of state personnel and the National Guard to manage the situation. Trump's attorney, Alina Habba, argues that the case is politically motivated and that the appeal record is strong.

05:01

πŸ’° Trump's Financial Strategy Post-Verdict

This paragraph focuses on the financial implications of the verdict and Trump's potential strategies to deal with the $350 million penalty. Trump's attorney, Alina Habba, suggests that the amount requested by James was inflated due to the wealth of the Trump organization. Habba also criticizes James's motives and assures that the appeal process will reveal the truth. The conversation touches on the potential impact on Trump's business empire and the political implications of the case.

10:04

πŸ›οΈ The Legal and Political Fallout

The discussion continues with concerns about the legal and political consequences of the case. The speaker criticizes the prosecution of Trump as a form of political abuse and warns of the broader implications for prosecutorial misconduct. The conversation also addresses the potential damage to New York's reputation as a business-friendly state, with references to major investment firms distancing themselves from the situation. The speaker calls for accountability and a return to the rule of law.

15:05

🏦 Impact on New York's Business Climate

This section of the video script explores the potential impact of the verdict on New York's business climate. Kevin O'Leary, a businessman and television personality, expresses concern about the message the verdict sends to entrepreneurs and investors. He argues that the case could deter investment in New York due to the perception of a hostile legal environment. The conversation also touches on the broader implications for the state's economy and the need for better management to prevent New York from becoming a 'flyover state'.

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🀝 Entrepreneurship and the Future of New York

The final paragraph discusses the importance of entrepreneurship and the potential risks to New York's economy due to the legal actions against Trump. The speaker emphasizes the need for a fair and supportive judicial system to protect investors and entrepreneurs. The conversation highlights the concerns of business owners and potential investors about the future of doing business in New York, with calls for the state to improve its regulatory environment and tax policies to remain competitive.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘Civil Fraud Verdict

A civil fraud verdict is a legal decision in a non-criminal lawsuit where the defendant is found guilty of fraudulent actions. In the context of the video, this refers to former President Trump and his business being ordered to pay over $350 million in damages for allegedly inflating asset values to secure loans. The verdict is part of the main narrative, highlighting the legal challenges Trump faces and the financial implications for his business empire.

πŸ’‘Appeal

An appeal is a legal process by which a case is brought before a higher court to review the decision of a lower court. In this video, Trump's appeal against the civil fraud verdict is a central point, with the appellate judge rejecting a request to pause the $454 million civil fraud penalty, but allowing a temporary delay on rulings that could impact his business operations.

πŸ’‘New York Attorney General

The New York Attorney General is the head of the state's law office and is responsible for representing the state in legal matters. In this video, Leticia James, the current New York Attorney General and a Democrat, is portrayed as a vocal critic of Trump who brought the lawsuit against him, accusing him of a decade-long fraudulent scheme.

πŸ’‘Trump Organization

The Trump Organization refers to the group of companies owned and operated by the Trump family, including real estate, hotels, and other ventures. In the video, the potential impact of the civil fraud verdict on the Trump Organization's operations and financial stability is a significant concern, with the possibility of a reshuffling of leadership and assets.

πŸ’‘Legal Challenges

Legal challenges refer to the lawsuits or court cases that a person or entity faces. In the video, Trump's legal challenges are highlighted, particularly the civil fraud case and its implications for his business and potential political future.

πŸ’‘Political Stunts

Political stunts are actions taken by politicians or their supporters that are intended to attract attention or influence public opinion, often without regard for the actual effectiveness or sincerity of the action. In the context of the video, there is speculation that the lawsuits against Trump might be political stunts aimed at damaging his reputation or preventing a second term in office.

πŸ’‘Victimless Crime

A victimless crime is a criminal act that does not directly harm an individual victim but is still considered illegal by society. In the video, the term is used to describe the alleged fraudulent activities of Trump and his organization, suggesting that no individual consumer was directly harmed, but the legal actions taken against them are still considered wrong.

πŸ’‘Prosecutorial Abuse

Prosecutorial abuse refers to the improper or unethical actions taken by prosecutors in the course of their duties, which may include overcharging defendants, withholding evidence, or other misconduct. In the video, the term is used to criticize the actions of the New York Attorney General's office in pursuing the case against Trump, suggesting that the legal actions may be excessive or unjustified.

πŸ’‘Investor Confidence

Investor confidence refers to the level of trust that investors have in a particular market, company, or economic environment. High investor confidence can lead to increased investment and economic growth, while low confidence can result in capital flight and economic stagnation. In the video, the concern is that the legal actions against Trump and the perceived political motivations behind them could undermine investor confidence in New York, potentially leading to negative economic consequences for the state.

πŸ’‘Rule of Law

The rule of law is a principle of governance in which the rule of law is the primary source of authority, as opposed to the rule of man, where the authority of the state is derived from the will of the ruler. It implies that every individual and institution is accountable to the law, including the government and its officials. In the video, the rule of law is discussed in the context of the legal actions against Trump, with concerns that the case may represent a departure from fair and impartial justice.

Highlights

Former President Trump and his codefendants ordered to pay over $350 million in damages by a New York judge.

The damages are related to a civil fraud case where Trump was accused of falsely valuing his assets to acquire loans at bargain rates.

New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced efforts to address the shortage of workers and the protests in New York City.

The New York attorney general Leticia James, a Democrat and vocal critic of Trump, brought the lawsuit against him.

A New York appellate judge rejected Trump's request to pause the $454 million civil fraud penalty.

Trump won a temporary delay on rulings that banned him from running a business in New York state and taking out loans from New York banks.

The ruling could force Trump to forfeit a significant portion of his wealth and lead to a reshuffling at the Trump Organization.

Trump's attorney, Alina Habba, argues that the lawsuit is a political stunt and that the record for the appeal is strong.

Habba claims that James's goal was to hurt Trump, his family, and his company, and that this goal will not succeed.

The case is described as a victimless crime, with no one losing money or reporting to the police.

Investment firms are reportedly leaving New York, with major players like JP Morgan Chase, State Street, and BlackRock distancing themselves from the situation.

The case is seen as a potential deterrent for entrepreneurs and investors considering New York due to the legal environment.

The governor of New York has assured that legitimate business operations have nothing to worry about.

The appeals process will likely address the novelty of the case and the decision-making by loan entities.

The case has raised concerns about the fairness of the judicial system and the potential for prosecutorial abuse.

The situation in New York is being compared to a legal banana republic, with calls for better management to prevent the state from becoming a flyover state.

The case is seen as a test of the rule of law in the United States and its application across different political beliefs.

Trump's response to the situation is to focus on success as his form of vengeance, rather than engaging in a legal battle.

Transcripts

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we now have an update on former

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president Trump's appeal against his New

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York civil fraud verdict as the city

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breaks this for an influx of

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truckers so we have that crisis

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unfolding we've been talking about this

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for a long time and we're feeling the

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effects here in New York but on the

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other

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hand we have a shortage of workers

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crisis today New York Governor Kathy

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hokel announced new efforts to fight

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hundreds of protests in New York City

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already from above you can see the sheer

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numbers the crowd

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massive demonstrators blocked traffic

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all the way from 34th Street to Bryant

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Park so hokel is deploying a thousand

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State Personnel from the MTA State

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Police even the National Guard to help

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the city and they're going to have a

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security perimeter that stretches for

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several Avenues here and this is because

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of the two factors the two issues that

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you sort of alluded to right there the

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first is former president Donald Trump

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and his codefendants in this case

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ordered today by judge Arthur and gorin

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to pay out more than 300 million about

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$350 million in

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Damages New York leading with New York

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business owners to stay in the city the

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number of legal challenges against Trump

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raising some questions now about whether

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they are political stunts to keep him

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from a second term or anything else the

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New York attorney general Leticia James

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who brought the lawsuit against Trump

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and his adult children in

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2022 James a Democrat and vocal critic

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of trump accused the former president of

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engaging in a decade long scheme to

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fraudulently and falsely value his

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assets to acquire loans at bargain rates

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Donald Trump may have authored the art

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of the deal but he perfected the art of

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the

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steel New York attorney general Laticia

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James getting booed today in New York

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City her lawsuit led to former president

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Trump's fine of more than 300 well over

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$350 million at this point in the Civil

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fraud trial he is appealing and he says

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he did nothing wrong watch what happened

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when James spoke at the fire department

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uh promotion ceremony today at a church

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in

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[Applause]

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Brooklyn oh come on we're in a house of

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God first um simmer down I want to thank

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commissioner Kavanaugh

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and chief hodgin for that

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recognition oh you know who's going to

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love

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that um FDNY chief of Department John

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hodgin telling Fox quote today's

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ceremony was about one thing the

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accomplishment of the members being

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promoted the members whose whose

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Behavior excuse me distracted from that

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celebration were an embarrassment and

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not befitting of the world's best fire

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department and indeed they are and we

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congratulate all of those who got

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promoted today um and we thank them for

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the hard work they do every day in New

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York City uh you know listen there's so

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many indictments so you know I'm not a

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lawyer but you look at New York for

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instance right now with the penalties

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and everything 400 million to be paid on

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a victimless crime where there was no

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victim no one showed up that the local

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police precinct to f a report in fact

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the banks that did business with

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President Trump wanted to do more

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business with President Trump and this

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breaking news uh while we were showing

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you that we now have an update on former

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president Trump's appeal against his New

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York civil fraud verdict a New York

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appellate judge has rejected the former

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president's request to put a pause on

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the $454 million civil fraud penalty but

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the former president did win his request

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to temporarily delay rulings that banned

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him from running a business in New York

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state and taking out loans from New York

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Banks a New York judge ordered Donald

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Trump and his family business to pay

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more than $350 million in penalties for

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fraudulently inflating his wealth for

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financial gain if upheld the ruling

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could force Trump to Forfeit a sizable

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chunk of his money and lead to a

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reshuffling at the Trump organization

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which is run by his sons Eric Trump and

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Donald Trump Jr uh it's a ridiculous

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award this a fine of $355 million for

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doing a perfect job we asked Mark Zer a

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veteran New York trial and app pellet

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lawyer to break down the judge's

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decision and what it means for Trump's

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business Empire one of the things that

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the judge noted in a footnote to his

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decision was a reason why he was pulling

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back on the cancellation of business

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certificates is what he characterized as

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potential economic harm with that we're

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bring in Alina habba attorney for former

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president Trump Alina great to have you

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with us thank you for being here today I

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actually want to start uh with that a

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piece of sound from the town hall last

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night with Laura Ingram and the former

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president Donald Trump watch this

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it's such a huge amount of money you

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have to decide whether you're going to

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put up that Bond and escrow to to appeal

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are you going to do that where you going

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tell you what we're going to do number

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one well I have a lot of cash but that

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doesn't mean he can take it I mean you

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know what he did I think he looked at my

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cash and he said well we'll take all of

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his cash so Alina welcome uh first of

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all thank you for being here and does

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that indicate that the former president

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plans to pay this Bond whether he's

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going to do the bond or pay this

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outright in cash because he says that he

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essentially has that much cash is that

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the

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case I actually agree with my client's

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sentiment I just want to add something

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that most Americans don't realize Miss

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James started out asking for $250

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million when she got a glimpse of just

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how wealthy the Trump organization is

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because they're a successful business in

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the state of New York because they

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employ thousands of people and pay

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hundreds of millions of do dollars in

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taxes to the state of New York she upped

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that she upped that ask why because her

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goal was to try and hurt the president

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try and hurt his family his company and

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quite honestly all I can say to that

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without breaking my privilege and giving

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her a glimpse which I would never give

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her the courtesy of having into our

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strategy is that she has no chance the

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appellant record is strong the record is

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going to be uh very clear to the

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American public and I look forward to

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having everyone see what we say and and

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really get a glimpse of what happened in

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that 11 weeks in court but nonetheless

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Elena that amount is there any hail Mar

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pass that circumvents the reality that

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that money has to be paid whether it's

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in a bond or in cash before you can go

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to the Appellate process is there any

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workaround at

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all so there's a couple things right and

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I'll speak generally you can post a bond

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um which is an option you can tell the

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judge that you should set aside the

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verdict because it's insane which this

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is um will you be asking do all those

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options are on the table I will never

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show my cards Martha you know I'm too

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good to do that but I will tell you that

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we we have a great team I'm proud of our

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our team and we're working around the

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clock to figure out what strategically

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is the best move one thing I can tell

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you is that her goal of tearing down the

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Trump organization her goal of tearing

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down the individuals that work so hard

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including on his campaign his family and

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the list goes on and on her goal is

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frankly not going to succeed that's all

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I'm willing to say what did you make of

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the fact that she said you know when she

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was sort of guessing how he may come up

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with this money or what he might choose

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to sell off she said well I look up at

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40 Wall Street every single

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day yes and that chip on her shoulder is

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why we're here today look this is a

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woman who ran on getting Trump before

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she even knew anything about the Trump

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organization she made good on a campaign

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promise and she used judgeing Goron to

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help her facilitate that promise Martha

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all I can say is this President Trump is

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one of the smartest businessmen one of

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the greatest presidents we have ever

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seen if she thinks she is going to take

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him down if that was her goal which we

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all know very well it was and she got a

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strong assist there in court but I will

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tell you this that goal will not be

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successful and that is the message I can

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give to everyone listening here it will

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not be successful we've seen it happen

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time and time again look at what's

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happening in Georgia look at what's

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happening with Miss James going to

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Washington right before she files the

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complaint we have proof of that now

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we're not talking about it because it's

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so damaging this is all political

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there's absolutely no no factual basis

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to it and I'm really looking forward to

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everybody seeing our record on appeal I

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hope they take the time to read it so

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that they can get a window into what are

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the facts they've done nothing wrong

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there were no victims and everyone made

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money you're going to see businesses

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fleeing New York right the New York

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Times reports several major investment

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firms are leaving major players in the

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financial world are rethinking their

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involvement in the fight three Giants JB

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Morgan Chase State Street and black rock

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have distanced themselves New York has

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become a legal Banana Republic yes so

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you show me the man I'll show you the

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crime that was a famous saying from

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Stalin's chief of police that's how the

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prosecutorial system is now working

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against Donald Trump today Not only was

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this not a victimless crime Sean you

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want to think about the people who did

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business with Donald Trump they made

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money off of those interactions not just

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average consumers but financial

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institutions so for her to bring this

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case I think is a legal and

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unconstitutional violation and when

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that's overturned on appeal she's now

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talking about seizing Trump's residences

09:33

in real estate properties I want to know

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what property of Leticia James is going

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to be seized when this is overturned on

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appeal for the damage this is doing to

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our country and to trust in the standard

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of the rule of law in the United States

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of America we need accountability when

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this is overturned on appeal but for now

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I'll say this is a travesty of justice

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and this should not happen in the United

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States of America I've been indicted

09:55

more than some of the greatest criminals

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in the world for

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nothing for nothing if I if my

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plane flies over a blue

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state that evening I get a subpoena to

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report to a Federal

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grand can you explain that to me what

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has happened to this great

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constitutional republic that is supposed

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to be you know governed by Equal justice

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under the law and equal application of

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our laws every American should fear this

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regardless of where they stand

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politically that's what I

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believe this isn't the American dream

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this is the American Nightmare and this

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is not even about Donald Trump it's

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about every other American at home who's

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now at risk of prosecutorial abuse as

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well I think one of the great things

10:43

that happened for this country was in

10:44

the last week seeing Fanny Willis

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actually testify in that case Sean there

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the American public was able to see bear

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these are the people who are actually

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pursuing these cases against Donald

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Trump people have no idea about basic

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geography or the basic idea or the

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understanding of the law as well these

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are not the people that our founding

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fathers and vision should be in charge

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of let alone Prosecuting a former

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president of the United States and

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somebody who's running for president of

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the United States they're rolling over

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in their graves we're supposed to be a

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country where regardless of your skin

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color and yes regardless of your

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political belief there is one standard

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of the rule of law in the United States

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of America and I'm grateful that Donald

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Trump is standing strong that he's

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actually said it beautifully the other

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night actually on Fox on the at the Town

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Hall he said it you know what my

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Vengeance will be success will be my

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Vengeance there's a trap to try to bait

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somebody to come after them in so many

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different directions that you get them

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to crumble or to make a mistake I'm glad

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to see him going in the other direction

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to say that you know what we're going to

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chase success success is unifying

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success is how we win and you know what

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I have full confidence that that's

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exactly what's going to happen this

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November even though they've created a

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complicated path to get there well let's

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bring in the chairman of oir venture

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Shark Tank Judge Kevin o Kevin so good

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to see you this evening I mean let me

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just jump right in here last time you

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and I spoke about the possibility of

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what the fine could be in this case we

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now know what it is it's more than 350

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million bucks that's a huge financial

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hit and I'm I'm wondering where is he

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going to get this

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money actually it's close at a half a

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billion with a 9% interest assuming

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it'll take 18 to 2 years to actually

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settle this in an appeal which I think

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it should be appealed um he he'll work

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hard to raise it I think he can do it

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but I what I I don't think this case is

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about Trump anymore at all because you

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heard the governor of New York come out

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yesterday and say look everybody uh

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don't be scared about doing a business

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in New York uh because the only people

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we prosecute are people like Donald

12:53

Trump who don't behave well that didn't

12:56

go over very well with the investment

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Community because we're all asking each

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other who's next this was a victimless

13:04

crime nobody lost any money and a judge

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out of nowhere put on a

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$355 million penalty I mean who's next

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so if you Kevin before I I don't want to

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cut you off but I hear about the the

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so-called victim's crimes but the laws

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on the books falsification of business

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records in second degree issuing false

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financial statements insurance fraud

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conspiracy and all these different

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aspects of it those are actual crimes I

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take it your point is that these should

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not have been

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prosecuted well my point is there's

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never been a case like this in 75 years

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everything you just listed off is done

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by every real estate developer

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everywhere on earth in every city this

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has never ever been prosecuted but

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here's the real point that people in New

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York should concern themselves with you

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can put your money anywhere I'm a real

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estate developer do you think there's a

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chance I would ever take a chance on New

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York again New York is turning itself

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into a fly over State I have to build

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data centers now I'm not going to go to

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New York New York has power it's got

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fber Optics it's got Niagara Falls but

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no we're not even thinking about it

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we're going to places that have the

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exact same thing where we have rational

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Governors that have never done this to

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investors this is about New York and its

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people if I were in New York today and I

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was living there I would ask myself

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maybe we should hire better

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management why is this happening to us

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why are we becoming a flyover State why

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are investors concerned about putting

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their money there but shouldn't you ask

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that wouldn't wouldn't those people also

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be saying first of all I do wonder how

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many people take issue with the idea

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that every investor is engaged in

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falsifying business records that every

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investor is engaged in what has been

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accused of Donald Trump and the Trump

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organization because there's probably a

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lot who are saying to themselves I've

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never falsified my business records I

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know what a square foot looks like like

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