I joined Monocle Radio’s Georgina Godwin on Tuesday to analyze Donald Trump’s legal and financial problems as he tries to return to the White House.

Trump averted immediate political and personal damage when a New York Court lifted Monday night’s deadline for him to post a bond for his civil conviction for fraud last month. The court lowered the bond to $175 million, rather than for the full judgement and interest of $464 million, and gave Trump another 10 days.

But I explain how Trump’s self-proclaimed reputation as a multi-billionaire has been dented. I add the consequences of his other civil convictions — including the $83.3 million bond for his sexual assault and defamation of the writer E. Jean Carroll — and his four pending criminal cases with 88 felony charges.

The first of those cases, over Trump’s $130 million payoff to porn start Stormy Daniels weeks before the 2016 election, begins jury selection in mid-April.

Listen from about the 45:00 mark: