Trump will face massive 'financial damage' when he is buried in lawsuits and indictments: MSNBC legal analyst
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Appearing on MSNBC's "The Sunday Show," former Watergate prosecutor and MSNBC legal analyst Jill Wine-Banks claimed Donald Trump's impeachment trial travails may be gone but he is looking at much worse in the courts now that he is no longer in office and protected by the presidency.

As the former prosecutor pointed out, Trump and his family are about to take a big hit to their pocketbooks and their company's financial stability.

After discussing the Senate impeachment vote where Republicans disregarded evidence of sedition and refused to convict the ex-president, Wine-Banks said the future looks much grimmer outside of politics.

"I also want to point out that there's also a lot of civil liability that faces Donald Trump and given how much he loves money and that that may be just as important as anything else," she told host Jonathan Capehart. "He may have to actually pay his back taxes. He may have to give up some of his properties. He may no longer be able to get any financing anywhere."

"So there's a lot of things," she continued before adding, "There's defamation cases against him. There's a case in Chicago because of him polluting the Chicago River, and so I think there's a lot of financial damages that face him."

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