The saga of Donald Trump's alleged financial chicanery took a dramatic turn today, with New York Attorney General Letitia James upping the ante in her civil fraud lawsuit against the former president and his company. In a new legal filing, James demands a staggering $370 million penalty, a significant increase from the initial $250 million estimate floated in 2022.
James' accusations center around claims that Trump's organization systematically inflated the value of its assets for over a decade. This alleged deception, spanning everything from golf courses to skyscrapers, aimed to secure favorable loan terms and insurance rates for. . .