As Manhattan District Attorney Bragg’s case against former President Donald Trump continues to fall apart, the former president on Thursday suggested what the DA must do.

Michael Cohen, prosecutors star witness and former Trump lawyer, crumbled under cross-examination on Thursday after Trump’s lawyer, Todd Blanche, caught him in a lie. Cohen had previously testified that he discussed the Stormy Daniel payment in a 96-second call he made in October 2016.

However, Blanche proved in court that Cohen made the call so he could speak with Trump’s personal aide, Keith Schiller, about a 14-year-old prankster who had been calling him. Several analysts have pointed to that moment as the point at which prosecutors lost the case.

Trump, while reacting to Cohen’s Thursday testimony, suggested that Bragg should drop the case so he could focus on the rampant crime rate and criminal activities tearing through his city. However, Trump cast doubt over that possibility, noting that Judge Juan Merchan —the preceding judge— would not allow Bragg to drop the case.

“People are thinking that Soros backed D.A., Alvin Bragg, who never wanted to bring the Witch Hunt against me in the first place, is going to drop this ridiculous and very unpatriotic “CASE” in order to save lots of money, and also the self respect of his once revered Office,” Trump wrote in a Truth Social Post. “He would then be able to focus on Violent Crime, which is running rampant and totally out of control in New York. The dilemma is, and always has been, the Trump Hating (APPOINTED IN 2009 & STILL ACTING!) Judge Juan Merchan, who would be confronted with the problem of how he would explain this TRUMP loss to the Radical Left Democrats, to whom he owes so much? Bring back “Justice in America.” ELECTION INTERFERENCE!!!”