The Manhattan (NY County) District Attorney’s office is investigating the Trump Organization for possible criminal violations.

The current NY Attorney General Barbara Underwood, holding the spot temporarily after her anti-Trump predecessor Eric Schneiderman resigned in disgrace, is going after the Trump Foundation.

Democrat candidates for Attorney General are trying to outdo each other with promises that they will be the most aggressive in going after all things Trump if elected.

Federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York, to whom Robert Mueller outsourced investigations so far removed from supposed Russia collusion that even Mueller couldn’t justify keeping them, have taken down the hapless Michael Cohen and clearly have their sights set more broadly on the Trump organization.

Those same prosecutors are digging in the safes of the owner of the National Enquirer for more dirt on Trump or the Trump organizations.

The sharks clearly are circling all things Trump looking for a crime which, even if it can’t remove Trump from the presidency, will put a price tag on anyone associated with Trump.

The media, which is cheering all this, has announced that this was Trump’s worst week, the beginning of the end if not the end. There is a giddiness on anti-Trump media and social media that hasn’t been seen since the Access Hollywood tape.

What’s the likelihood this will make a difference?

Selena Zito in the NY Post doesn’t think it’s going to shake support for Trump, Why Trump’s supporters won’t care about Cohen and Manafort’s convictions:

In the aftermath of Tuesday’s news that both former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and his lawyer Michael Cohen were found on the wrong side of the law in separate court cases, the question asked most frequently by the press, Democrats and “Never Trump” Republicans is, “Where do Trump voters go now?”

The answer is the same that it has always been since they first started asking it Nov. 9, 2016: With Trump.

This new conservative populist coalition is not the fluke the political class hoped it was. Donald Trump did not cause it, he is just the result of it, so no matter what he does, it continues. It is predicated on them, not him….

Right now the value of Trump to the Trump voter is he is all that stands between them and handing the keys to Washington back over to the people inside Washington. That’s it. He’s their only option. You’ve got to pick the insiders or him.

I’d use slightly different wording:

Right now the value of Trump to the Trump voter is he is all that stands between them and the people who hate them every bit as much as they hate Trump.

Or if you want an even shorter version, “the Flight 93 Election never ended”:

2016 is the Flight 93 election: charge the cockpit or you die. You may die anyway. You—or the leader of your party—may make it into the cockpit and not know how to fly or land the plane. There are no guarantees.

Except one: if you don’t try, death is certain. To compound the metaphor: a Hillary Clinton presidency is Russian Roulette with a semi-auto. With Trump, at least you can spin the cylinder and take your chances.

Trump voters are berated and belittled with the same ferocity as directed at Trump himself. #TheResistance doesn’t distinguish between Trump and his voters.

We all understand that what is being done to Trump is simply a continuation of the attempt to unwind the 2016 election. And that if they succeed, the IRS abuses against the Tea Party and conservatives will seem like child’s play.

[Featured Image: Trump supporter egged in San Jose, via YouTube]