Trump is in deep trouble three times: Kirschner

Former President Donald Trump is in “major trouble” as he faces an escalating legal attack, according to legal analyst Glenn Kirschner.

Kirschner said during a Consequence from his truth counts Podcast on Tuesday that Trump received a “bad news hat-trick” regarding possible criminal charges and prosecutions in New York and Georgia.

It’s widely believed that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is preparing to impeach Trump by accusing him of hush money paid to adult film star Stormy Daniels in his investigation in 2016. The exact timing of the charges in New York is unclear, although Trump said Sunday that he expected to be arrested on Tuesday.

The former president received a different kind of bad news at the Empire State on Tuesday when a judge refused to extend the Oct. 2 hearing date for New York Attorney General Letitia James’ separate civil fraud lawsuit against Trump and three of his adult children.

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Former President Donald Trump is pictured during a campaign event in Davenport, Iowa March 13, 2023. Legal analyst Glenn Kirschner said Tuesday that Trump is in “major trouble” due to escalating legal troubles in New York and Georgia.

CNN reported Monday that District Attorney Fani Willis of Fulton County, Georgia, is considering racketeering and conspiracy charges related to Trump’s ill-fated attempt to overturn his 2020 Georgia election loss to President Joe Biden.

Trump’s mounting legal woes come about four months after he announced his intention to regain the presidency in 2024. He has denied any wrongdoing, claiming all of the various allegations are part of a “political witch hunt” by Democrats.

Kirschner, a former federal prosecutor, said the developments added up to “one big, hot, steaming pile of trouble” for Trump. He said 2023 could become Trump’s “year of accountability,” in which the former president would be served a “Trifecta of Justice.”

“Donald Trump is in trouble, deep trouble, three times,” Kirschner said. “There’s no two ways…Donald Trump has a big, hot, steaming pile of trouble on his plate.”

Kirschner said the decision not to delay the New York trial shows that James Trump is “not going to get away with anything,” arguing that there is “an amazing amount of evidence” in the lawsuit because Trump and his co-defendants are each other had committed “an amazing amount of fraud.”

The legal analyst went on to say that Willis and Bragg would not let Trump “get away with it” either, adding that “it looks like 2023 may actually be the year of accountability.”

Trump spokesman Steven Cheung called Kirschner a “notorious purveyor of wild conspiracy theories and dubious legal analysis” in a statement to Trump. news weekadding that he “wouldn’t expect anything more from an MSNBC staffer chasing clout who has been shunned by the legal community at large”.

in one tweet Earlier Tuesday, Kirschner also referenced an ABC News story that reported sealed court documents showing that Special Counsel Jack Smith’s federal investigation into Trump had “prima facie evidence” that the former president had committed a crime, by deliberately misleading lawyers about his possession of classified documents.

The ABC article says Judge Beryl Howell, who resigned Friday after completing a seven-year term as DC District Court chief justice, wrote last week that Smith’s office had “sufficient” evidence that appears to show “that the former President had committed crimes.”

In a statement to ABC News, a Trump campaign spokesman said the report contained “illegally leaked false allegations.” The spokesman also accused Howell of being a member of the “Never Trump” movement. Trump is in deep trouble three times: Kirschner

Rick Schindler

Rick Schindler is a Worldtimetodays U.S. News Reporter based in Canada. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Rick Schindler joined Worldtimetodays in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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