Bloomberg News reports:
Former President Donald Trump is getting ready to write a check to a Florida court for more than $1 million — but he’s hoping to get the money back. Trump and one of his lawyers, Alina Habba, offered to post a $1.03 million bond to appeal a judge’s order sanctioning them $937,989 for filing a “frivolous” conspiracy suit against Hillary Clinton and others.
Trump and Habba made the offer Friday in a letter to US District Judge Donald M. Middlebrooks in Florida, asking him to put his sanctions order on hold while they appealed.
The unprecedented sanctions against a former president, who has announced he is running again in 2024, were issued on behalf of 18 defendants who submitted a joint motion accusing Trump of knowingly filing a suit with bogus and unbelievable claims to dishonestly advance a political narrative.
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