Judge leaves Donald Trump's asset sales up in the air after fraud ruling
A New York judge's decision to find Donald Trump liable for fraud has raised questions about whether the former president will have to sell his real estate assets. Justice Arthur Engoron's ruling could potentially force Trump to give up control of properties such as Trump Tower and his golf courses.
Donald Trump defrauded banks, insurers as he built real estate empire, judge rules
: Judge Engoron rules Trump committed fraud in building his real estate empire, deceiving banks, insurers and others by overvaluing assets and exaggerating net worth. Decision repudiates Trump's image as wealthy, shrewd mogul, with rewards such as favourable loan terms and lower premiums.
A judge found Trump committed fraud in building his real-estate empire. Here's what happens next
A judge's ruling that Donald Trump committed fraud as he built his real-estate empire tarnishes the former U.S. president's image as a business titan and could strip him of his authority to make major decisions about the future of his marquee properties in his home state.
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