US President Donald Trump Pays $10,000 Fine During Civil Fraud Trial

This is to inform you that the former president of the United States, Donald Trump paid an amount of $10,000 during his trial in his civil fraud case. Since the news broke out that the court asked Donald Trump to pay a fine of $10,000, people have been keenly taking over the internet to unravel the reason for fining him $10,000. Reportedly, the New York judge Justice Arthur Engoron who is overseeing Donald Trump’s Fraud Trial fined him $10,000 on Wednesday, October 25, 2023. In the following sections, we have explained why Justice Arthur Engoron fined the former president in his civil fraud trial. You are asked to stick with this page and go through it till the end for more details. Drag down the page.

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Many are unversed about why Donald Trump paid a $10,000 fine during his civil fraud trial. It is said that the former president was fined by Justice Arthur Engoron because he violated a gag order multiple times. Donald Trump was given a gag order that prohibited him from making disparaging comments about court staff. Reportedly, the gag order against former president Donald Trump was issued on October 3, 2023, when Donald Trump posted a photo showing the judge’s top clerk alongside Democrat US Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and captioned that the clerk was Chuck Schumer’s girlfriend.

Meanwhile, the New York judge Justice Engoron implemented the gag order against Donald Trump but he violated the gag order frequently prompting the justice to impose a fine of $10,000. Talking about other instances when Trump did not respect the gag order, during a break when New York Attorney General Letitia James called due to his business practices. The former President commented to reporters in a hallway and referred to the judge as a very partisan judge with a partisan person sitting alongside him.

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Justice Engoron considered Trump’s comments as a violation of the gag order. The court labeled the violation of the gag order as “blatant.” However, the former president took the witness stand and tried to explain that he was referring to the judge and Michael Cohen. But, the judge went on to reject this interpretation and warned Donald Trump not to violate the order in the future. Following the fine of $10,000, Donald Trump, the frontrunner for the Republican nomination in the 2024 US Presidential Election, exited the courtroom. Stay tuned to this website for more details and further updates.

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