HONIG: "I think it’s a completely unrealistic request by the D.A.’s office. If we do the simple math here, if we start a trial in August, the D.A.’s office itself has said they believe it will take four months to try this case. The judge said he believes it will take double that. Let’s just use four months. That means we will be on trial in August, September, October, and through November during the election. And keep in mind because this is a criminal trial, Donald Trump has to be physically present."