In a recent turn of events, George Conway, once married to Kellyanne Conway, has made a significant prediction regarding the fate of Donald Trump's assets in the aftermath of his civil fraud case. Conway's remarks came during an episode of "Inside with Jen Psaki" on MSNBC, where he discussed the potential consequences Trump might face.

Conway stated, "He’s already been found to have committed fraud, that his books and records, that his statements of financial condition are false." He further explained that the judge had already ruled that there was no triable issue of fact on whether or not they were false. As a result, Trump and the Trump Organization's ability to conduct business in New York might be invalidated. Conway emphasized, "And that puts him out of business, which means he’s gonna have to liquidate everything – including places like Mar-a-Lago, which are owned by New York LLCs."

The conversation took an interesting turn when Psaki asked Conway about the potential liquidation of Mar-a-Lago. She questioned, “When you just said Mar-a-Lago could be liquidated, I think people might be like, ‘Wait, what, because isn’t he rich?’” Conway responded by highlighting that if the judge's decision is upheld, Trump would not be permitted to operate any business in New York.

Furthermore, Trump's mental health has become a topic of discussion. Conway pointed out the apparent decline in Trump's demeanor, stating, “He’s making mistakes. He’s babbling incoherently even more than usual. He was the mogul with The Apprentice, and he’s been that in New York for 50 years. And now it’s coming crashing down.”

On the same day, George Conway also commented on Donald's criminal indictments and trials, which have been in the limelight. He expressed his belief that Trump is terrified of losing his assets, including the iconic Trump Tower. Conway said, "This puts him out of business. This case is putting him out of business and that’s his essence."

New York Attorney General Letitia James has alleged that Trump exaggerated his wealth on financial statements provided to banks, insurers, and others to secure loans and deals over the years. In light of these allegations, Trump's eldest children, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, and Ivanka Trump, are scheduled to testify on November 1.