Trump clashes repeatedly with judge in heated New York testimony
In almost four hours on the witness stand, the former president denied deceiving banks and expressed grievances.
This trial will determine the penalties for the Trump Organization, which has already been ruled guilty of fraud by the judge.
There are severe business restrictions and a $250 million (£202 million) fine sought by prosecutors.
On Monday, Mr Trump, 77, was asked about the value of several properties, including his Florida estate Mar-a-Lago, Trump Tower in New York, and his Scottish golf course.
According to prosecutors, these properties were intentionally overvalued in company statements to obtain better loans and insurance policies.
Mr Trump, who is the current frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, stood by the valuations as prosecutors questioned him about how they were arrived at.
“I’m worth billions of dollars more than the financial statements,” Mr Trump said before calling the property valuations conservative.