Wherever he looks, Donald Trump can see that various prosecutors are moving ever closer to indicting him.
Now that Trump is a former president, he no longer has the legal protections afforded a sitting president which prohibit the American head of state from being criminally indicted, tried, found guilty, and incarcerated.
His former attorney, Michael Cohen, has all sorts of evidence that he’s handed over to prosecutors in New York, and it’s more than enough to send the Donald away for a very long time, according to what he told CBS News recently:
Cohen, who was convicted on charges of fraud, campaign finance violations, and lying to Congress, was sentenced to three years in prison and released earlier this year when the COVID-19 pandemic began sweeping through U.S. prisons.
Does Cohen expect Trump might pardon him in an effort to keep him from cooperating further with investigators? Cohen said he’s “not interested” in any presidential pardon, and made clear that prosecutors are indeed focusing in on Trump’s finances:
Trump’s financial dealings have always been his Achilles’ heel, and considering all of the dirt Cohen likely has on the Donald, things are about to get very bad for the former president.
Here’s the Cohen interview, courtesy of CBS News: