Would he be sent to a “club fed” style prison — a place that’s relatively comfortable, as far these things go — or a “bad” prison? “I don’t even think about it,” Trump told NBC’s Kristen Welker during an interview last week. Even before he faced criminal charges, Trump showed at least a distant concern about looming criminal liability. At the moment, Trump is set to stand trial in four criminal cases spanning 91 charges, including several felony counts. But as the criminal investigation of him mounted, privately “Agnew was utterly terrified of going to jail,” his biographer Charles J. Holden told Rolling Stone.