It may not take a conviction in a criminal case for Donald Trump to spend some time behind bars.
The former president is facing two such orders related to his social media attacks on people involved in his various court cases.
But Cobb said the other one is more “consequential.”
US District Judge Tanya Chutkan, who is overseeing his Washington, DC election interference case, on Sunday reinstated her order prohibiting Trump from disparaging prosecutors, court staff or potential witnesses.
Trump, he said, keeps doing that ― and predicted the judge won’t tolerate it or let him off easy.
“I think she’ll come in with a much heavier penalty,” Cobb told CNN’s Erin Burnett. “And ultimately, I think he’ll spend a night or a weekend in jail. I think it’ll take that to stop him.”
See their full conversation below: