The 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, has been arrested and arraigned in New York City on 34 felony charges. First, Alan Dershowitz, author of Get Trump, joins to discuss his texts from Trump, the statute of limitations argument Trump will make, how he could easily win on appeal if he’s convicted, the gag order possibility and the First Amendment, defending the Constitution vs. helping Trump, whether Trump will be charged in the Mar-A-Lago docs case, the importance of asking “what about Hillary Clinton,” and more. Then, Charles C.W. Cooke, senior writer for National Review, joins to discuss the political implications of the Trump arrest, the Democrats changing the “norms” despite what they say about Trump and norms, Democratic hypocrisy on law-breaking, the corporate media’s massive obsession with Donald Trump back again, Trump’s rocketing poll numbers over Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL), and more. Finally, former acting director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell joins to talk about how everyday Americans are outraged by this indictment, the danger to America for what will happen now that the Democrats crossed this line, why Trump will be the GOP nominee, whether DeSantis will run at all, major donations coming to Trump recently, and more.