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    Scrambling to keep his fortune from being stripped away, Trump may have gone too far

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  • Judge in Trump's New York civil fraud case sent envelope with white powder

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  • 'Wouldn't put money on' Florida, Georgia cases happening before election, legal experts predict

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  • Manhattan DA seeks gag order in Trump hush money case

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  • Trump appeals NY civil fraud suit ruling

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  • Trump appeals ruling in New York civil fraud case

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  • How Donald Trump tried to court Black conservatives

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  • Legal expert explains how Trump may be able to pay a $454 million fraud bill

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  • 'Trump would sell this country for a dollar': AOC highlights stakes of Trump's desperation

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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  • Are Trump's golden sneakers a golden ticket?

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

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

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

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Trump’s business empire topples: Trump’s fall from Forbes ‘long overdue’ against A.G.’s ‘solid case’

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The judge overseeing Donald Trump’s civil fraud case issued an order requiring Trump disclose all business transactions. Meanwhile, Trump was dropped off the Forbes 400 list of America’s wealthiest people. Law professor Leah Litman and Investigative journalist Johnathan Greenberg join MSNBC’s Melissa Murray to discuss. Greenberg says the move from Forbes is “long overdue,” adding A.G. Letitia James has a “rock solid case.” (Check out The Beat's playlist: https://msnbc.com/ari Connect with Ari Melber: https://www.instagram.com/arimelber)