Former President Trump has been asking aides and associates about his potential exposure to criminal prosecution after his impeachment trial is completed, according to a source familiar his thinking.
Trump has reached out to advisers to gauge whether he could face charges on matters unrelated to the Capitol siege on Jan. 6, the source said.
The former President's staff did respond to reports that prosecutors in Georgia are taking a look at Trump's controversial phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
Adviser Jason Miller said "there was nothing improper or untoward about a scheduled call between President Trump, Secretary Raffensperger and lawyers on both sides."
CNN's Jim Acosta reports: