Behold the latest clue that we’re living in a simulation now, not actual reality. In reality, the Trump presidency wouldn’t be bookended neatly by a man whose Supreme Court nomination was ruined by Trump’s victory rising to become the AG responsible for potentially prosecuting him.
In a simulation of reality, though? Sure. How could it be otherwise? Having introduced this character in season one of “The Trump Presidency,” the writers were all but duty-bound to bring him back at the end of season four.
I don’t think this will fly, and not because Republicans will have an issue with it.