“We’ve seen enough," Joyce Vance warned.
Joyce Vance argued that the former president's latest demand in his election interference case should be granted, and suggested how it could backfire.
“That’s not drama, and that’s not overstatement. That’s what Trump is promising,” warned Joyce Vance.
Former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance envisioned what would happen if their positions were reversed.
"It’s as informative for the upcoming elections as it is for the forthcoming trials," said former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance.
Former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance spelled out why the new defendant in the classified documents case is very bad news for the former president.
Joyce Vance said the new piece of information means the former president "won’t be able to claim he never saw the documents."
"If your best defense is 'bravado,' in essence you're saying 'my defense is that I was lying,'" former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance said.
"Lots of reasons for him to be concerned heading into 2023," former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance told MSNBC.
Trump, meanwhile, is blasting the special grand jury probe into his demand for extra Georgia votes after he lost the election.