Donald Trump's $175 million bond rejection raises questions.

A legal commentator says Donald Trump's $175 million bond to fund his New York civil fraud appeal raises issues about why his insurer's paperwork was rejected.

MSNBC legal analyst Lisa Rubin posted on X, formerly Twitter, that Barbara Jones, the Trump Organization's court-appointed monitor, may know everything

On Wednesday, the New York State Supreme Court's electronic filing system showed Trump's "Bond/Undertaking" was "returned for correction."

The process began with New York State Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron's February ruling against Trump

his two eldest sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, and Trump Organization associates. 

They were sued by New York Attorney General Letitia James for exaggerating the former president's net worth and property values to get better loan and insurance terms. 

Trump denies the charges and calls them a political witch hunt.

The Trump Organization's fraud prevention was overseen by retired judge Barbara Jones, who Engoron appointed.

Pink posts a video of a heart on a cloud to remember her late father.