As much as he deserves to be found guilty by the Senate in his second impeachment trial, former President Donald Trump won’t be convicted because there are far too many spineless Republican senators who feel they still have to kiss the Donald’s fat ass even though he’s no longer in office.
But Trump is facing serious legal jeopardy when it comes to criminal charges such as those that may arise out of the investigations being conducted by New York Attorney General Letitia James and Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. Those investigations are reportedly focused on financial crimes Trump and the Trump Organization may have committed such as insurance and tax fraud.
In other words, Trump is going to be in dire need of good legal representation, and that could well be a big problem for him since he doesn’t like to pay his bills.
An adviser to Trump is now warning that if indeed the former president is criminally charged, that’s going to be an enormous problem for him because no one wants to work with him, according to CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta:
Think about it: What attorney would want to work for an egomaniac who believes he knows more about the law than anyone else, especially if there’s a very real possibility he’s going to stiff you on the bill?
Trump won’t be found guilty during this impeachment. But the thing that worries him most is what’s going to happen once indictments with his name on them are handed down. That’s when he will indeed be screwed.