ANALYSIS: TRUE. The 2016 election broke some people in media.

Beckett Adams:

MSNBC’s Joy Reid, for example, spent part of her show this weekend speculating about what might happen should the president refuse to allow himself to be arrested by federal marshals. This is a real thing that was discussed on a real show by real political analysts.

“Let’s say that Donald Trump decides he doesn’t want to give an interview with [special counsel Robert Mueller], but Mueller says ‘Oh, but you will.’ And he’s subpoenaed to [be] interview[ed] [by] Robert Mueller. And Donald Trump simply says, ‘I don’t recognize that subpoena.’ This is a president whose behavior is different as president of the United States. He doesn’t follow convention. Who would force him to comply with the subpoena ordering him to do an interview with Robert Mueller?” Reid pondered.

She asked later, seriously, “What if he refuses to open the White House door? What if he fires any Secret Service agent who would allow the federal marshals in? What if Donald Trump simply decides, ‘I don’t have to follow the law? I refuse to be held under the law. No marshal can get into this White House and any Secret Service agent who defies me is fired.'”

I’m not sure Reid is the best example, given that her connection to reality has always been tenuous. But Adams has others, and the trend is unmistakable.