Glenn Kirschner was a Washington DC prosecutor for 30 years. He now runs the "Justice Matters Podcast" and is an MSNBC legal analyst. He gives five data points why Trump is on the hook for treason, and why it's not hyperbole to levy the charge. I invite you to watch this short clip, below. So, what say you? However, in Trump's defense, on the point of the Georgia phone call, where he asserts that Trump's quote of finding X number of ballots, it proves corrupt intent, I can see Trump's attorney's arguing that, given Trump's typically inarticulate speech, he wasn't implying to 'illegally manufacture' ballots just to recount and hope to find more, enough to change the outcome. I find Kirschner being overzealous to allege that point. That being said, on the other points, I agree, though it will probably be a steep climb for prosecutors to make the case. In any event, I think Trump should be prosecuted so we can hear the best arguments pro and con, on Trump's alleged criminal behaviors. I think, for the good of the nation, we need to see the evidence and hear the arguments, once and for all, to convict, or to acquit,(on whatever charges the DOJ deems appropriate) so at least half the nation can move on.