(CBrief) – Former Democrat New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who was the former district attorney for the state of New York, has eviscerated Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case against former President Donald Trump as all about politics.

“I don’t understand why Bragg is putting such emphasis on this case,” he said to WABC Radio on Friday.

“A person breaks the law I get it, but on the state side this is a misdemeanor case. It’s really a federal case because he needs it to be a campaign finance fraud case which is a federal case and that’s what Bragg is going to have to do to get a felony out of this,” he said.

The former governor said that people are generally “cynical” and “when they see prosecutors bringing these political cases” it just “affirms everybody’s cynicism.”

“I think it’s all politics and that’s what I think the people of this country are saying,” he said. “It just feeds that anger and that cynicism and the partisanship. It’s a coincidence that Bragg goes after Trump and Tish James goes after Trump and Georgia goes after Trump? That’s all a coincidence? I think it feeds the cynicism and that’s the cancer in our body politic right now.”

But he said he does believe an indictment will be coming for Trump next week based on how simple it is to indict anyone if you want to.

“I’m sure they’ll get an indictment,” he said.

The liberal host of the HBO show “Real Time with Bill Maher” just made a stunning prediction about former President Donald Trump as he derided the Manhattan District attorneys investigation into him.

He said the case, that centers around alleged hush money payments that were sent to porn star Stormy Daniels, that has been led by Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg is a “colossal mistake” as polls show that the former president’s popularity has increased.

“I really don’t want to give Donald Trump the satisfaction of talking about him. I thought when he was gone, he’d be gone a little bit,” the host said.

“But, you know, there is an ex-president out there now who’s going to be arrested — possibly. And he is talking about violence in the streets of his supporters if he does,” he said.

“I just would like to go on record in saying I think this is a colossal mistake if they bring these charges.

“Not just one, you know. I mean, yes, he’s done a lot of bad things, and I’m sure he did this — everything they accused him of [doing], he did,” the host said.

“But first of all, it’s not going to work. It’s going to be rocket fuel for his 2024 campaign.

“And it’s just going to look to MAGA nation like, ‘Oh, you know, you tried with Mueller, you tried with Ukraine, you tried with January 6. Now we go to the porn star? Really? You’re down to that?!’” he said.

A new McLaughlin poll on Thursday showed that the former president has a five-point edge on President Joe Biden in a head-to-head 2024 contest, Breitbart reported. In the poll, 48 percent of those who responded said they would support the former president and 43 percent said they would support President Biden.

Breitbart reported: “With the 2024 general election 20 months away, Trump also leads Biden in battleground states. A majority of 51 percent supported Trump, while only 41 percent backed Biden. When the pollster asked about GOP primary support, Trump led 13 potential primary opponents with 46 percent of the vote, 23 points ahead of the next closest primary opponent Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) at 23 percent. If Trump and DeSantis faced each other in a head-to-head matchup, Trump won 61 percent support, compared to DeSantis’ 31 percent support, a 30-point differential.”

“Trump would beat Biden in a landslide,” the pollster analyzed.

Trump’s support has grown among Republican voters. Since January, he has experienced a 19-point increase.

President Joe Biden just got another round of horrible news after a string of polls found that voters do not want him to run for re-election in 2024.