MSNBC Ana­lyst: Trump’s Alleged Jail Wor­ries Show ‘Over­whelm­ing Con­scious­ness of Guilt’

<div>MSNBC Analyst: Trump's Alleged Jail Worries Show 'Overwhelming Consciousness of Guilt'</div>

On NBC’s Meet the Press last Sun­day, new host Kris­ten Welk­er threw this ques­tion at Don­ald Trump: “When you go to bed at night, do you wor­ry about going to jail?
Trump denied it: “No, I don’t real­ly. I don’t even think about it. I’m built a lit­tle dif­fer­ent­ly I guess, because I have had peo­ple come up to me and say, ‘How do you do it, sir? How do you do it?’ I don’t even think about it.”
But on MSNBC on Sat­ur­day, host Jonathan Cape­hart brought up wild spec­u­la­tion (based on anony­mous sources) that Trump was shak­ing in his boots. 
Legal ana­lyst Glenn Kirschn­er was asked to com­ment on a report in Rolling Stone (the Fake Rape News mag­a­zine) that Trump had won­dered to uniden­ti­fied asso­ciates about the con­di­tions of his pos­si­ble impris­on­ment, includ­ing whether he’d be sent to a rel­a­tive­ly com­fort­able “Club Fed” type prison, or to a “bad” one.
Accord­ing to Kirschn­er, Trump’s alleged curios­i­ty meant he was “scared to death” and feel­ing “over­whelm­ing con­scious­ness of guilt.”

If he were a for­mer can­di­date for office fac­ing a crim­i­nal tri­al in a city that had gone 1 …