The possibility of Trump being indicted for racketeering, and other crimes, is growing every day.
Georgia prosecutors investigating if Trump interfered with the state's election, just added a lawyer with expertise in racketeering.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who launched the investigation, announced she's hired John Floyd.
Floyd is no run-of-the-mill prosecutor. According to Reuters, he wrote the guide on prosecuting racketeering cases. That's not good news for Donny.
Throw in other possible charges like soliciting election fraud, making false statements to government bodies (and to put a cherry on it) violating his oath of office, and you can see Trump has good reason to be thinking about Georgia.