“Which means he’ll spend the next three years claiming he won the case,” Kimmel observed.
Trump had claimed he would be arrested on Tuesday, which didn’t happen. It’s unlikely there will be any movement in the Manhattan district attorney’s probe in the Stormy Daniels hush money case this week.
But Kimmel said there’s a sure sign that the ex-president is getting increasingly nervous as possible charges loom.
“Trump is all-capsing in his pants right now,” he said, referring to Trump’s all-caps rage posts on his flailing Truth Social website.
Trump has been especially aggressive toward Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan DA.
“I have to say I love the idea that a guy named Bragg might send him to jail,” Kimmel said. “It’s like the thing he loves to do most could send him up the river.”
Kimmel summed up some of Trump’s wilder posts in his Thursday night monologue: