He just caught a criminal case that could send him to prison for the rest of his life.
T The outlook for Trump in this second case appears grim, former prosecutors said.
“The charges in this case are likely very serious,” said Barbara McQuade, the former top federal prosecutor in Detroit.
But that case could easily result in no prison time at all, even if Trump is found guilty at trial.
Trump himself announced the criminal case against him on Thursday evening.
Otherwise, Trump’s lawyers could have their security clearances pulled, which would make it hard for them to continue working on the case effectively.
“In this case, Trump can’t even be Trump,” Nichols said. »