Here's the facts: 1. Bragg is looking to charge Trump with falsifying a business expense. This assumes Trump was directly involved and Bragg is relying on Cohen to succeed on this charge. The problems with this are two-fold: A) Cohen is currently in prison for lying about this issue and B) the statute of limitations on this charge technically ran out about 5 years ago. This is also a petty misdemeanor which means that even if Bragg manages to get a conviction based on the testimony of someone who has been lying about this issue for 7 years and five years after the statute of limitations technically expired, the outcome would be meaningless. 2. In order to make this charge worthwhile, Bragg needs to elevate it to a felony. To do that, he needs to couple the first charge with another offense. The other offense he's looking to tie it to is a federal charge of concealing a federal election law violation. The problem with this is also two-fold: A) adding a federal charge onto a state charge in this way seems unprecedented and is likely illegal and B) the DOJ already investigated this charge and didn't find evidence to bring charges. Even liberal legal scholars are laughing at this strategy. At the federal level there was a similar case against John Edwards during his presidential election campaign, and the DOJ failed to get a conviction. There was more evidence against Edwards than there is against Trump. Until Bragg provides more substance, this case is a complete joke. Bragg is relying on an anti-Trump grand jury, judge and jury on this case and ignoring that it would get overturned on appeal even if he successfully dismantled the rule of law for his political prosecution. He's hoping for a miscarriage of justice to get an initial conviction and seem like a hero to his base.