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    New York court rules Trump owes more than $454 million in civil fraud case

    02:18
  • Trump's new legal debts could have catastrophic 'domino effect' on existing debts

    06:40
  • Trump properties could be seized if he doesn’t pay up, New York AG says

    07:06
  • How Letitia James could seize Trump assets if he doesn’t pay

    03:10
  • Trump faces prospect of asset seizure over payment of massive fraud penalty

    07:13
  • Concerns grow that legal losses could make Trump desperate, even more open to corruption

    05:24
  • Trump’s “going to have to sell a lot of those gold sneakers” to pay $355M+ fine

    03:35
  • Are Trump's golden sneakers a golden ticket?

    06:08
  • Former Trump Org Exec: 'He believes he’s gonna get away with it'

    05:55
  • How Trump’s NY Fraud case weakens his ‘business empire' narrative

    11:40
  • Why Trump can’t pick up his assets in NY and do business somewhere else

    13:41
  • “He built that business by lying to people.” Trump fined eye-watering $355 million in fraud case

    10:09
  • Mounting legal losses put a strain on Trump's image and his excuses

    10:29
  • Trump meets his match in U.S. justice system with another staggering court loss

    08:57
  • Lawrence: Trump's stupidity, recklessness, & depravity costing him $551 million

    06:22
  • 'He is a cheat.': Devastating court penalty shatters myth of Trump business savvy for good

    06:53
  • Bombshell Trump ruling: Trump ordered to pay $453,500,000 including interest in NY civil fraud trial

    11:58
  • 'It will start to shrink his empire' NY Times Reporter on the Trump civil fraud ruling

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  • Lead prosecutor in Trump University case on the NY Civil Fraud Ruling

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Former Trump CFO talking to prosecutors about perjury plea deal: NYT

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Alex Wagner relays breaking news from The New York Times that Allen Weisselberg, Donald Trump's former long time finance chief is negotiating a deal with Manhattan prosecutors that would involve pleading guilty to perjury for testimony he gave in Trump's civil fraud trial. Susanne Craig, investigative reporter for The New York Times, and Joyce Vance, former U.S. attorney join to discuss.