Trump will eventually end up in jail just like Al Capone and John Gotti. And the government will use the same strategy. Because Donald Trump is a gangster, pure and simple. The problem is getting him now, while he is office. There is some question about whether a president can be indicted. And removing him from office by impeachment does not seem to be likely at this point (meaning the Republican controlled Senate will vote in convict Trump since it requires a 2/3rds vote). But prosecutors can go after his kids and son-in-law. The question is whether they have the courage to do so:
Referring to a cooperator as a “rat,” President Trump sometimes sounds like a mob boss. He may ultimately be prosecuted like one, too.
While some reports say that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is winding down, it appears that another investigation is just gearing up. According to reports in The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, a grand jury in the Southern District of New York recently issued a subpoena to the Trump inaugural committee, seeking documents relating to donors and spending. According to reports, the subpoena indicates that prosecutors are investigating conspiracy against the United States, false statements, mail fraud, wire fraud, money laundering and violations of campaign finance and inaugural committee laws. In addition, CNN has reported that federal prosecutors in Manhattan have expressed interest in interviewing executives from the Trump Organization.