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Forty Wall Street, a Trump-owned building, stands in downtown Manhattan. Former President Trump says he can't secure a bond to appeal the $454 million penalty in his civil fraud case. But New York Attorney General Letitia James says she is prepared to seize the former president's assets, including the building at 40 Wall Street, if he is unable to pay. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's what happens if Trump can't pay his $454 million bond

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Left: President Joe Biden delivers remarks to the National Association of Counties Legislative Conference on Feb. 12 in Washington. Right: Nikki Haley, former governor of South Carolina and 2024 Republican presidential candidate, during a bus tour campaign event in South Carolina on Feb. 21. Evan Vucci/AP; Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Supporters of Julian Assange outside the Royal Courts of Justice last month in London. Nearly two months later, London's High Court ruled that Assange can seek appeal against his extradition to the U.S. Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images hide caption

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DACA counted some 636,000 active recipients — sometimes known as DREAMers — at the end of last year. Callaghan OHare/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Activists advocate for better climate protection at a demonstration last month in Stuttgart, Germany. Christoph Schmidt/dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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