WATCH: James Comey Explains What Trump's Time in Prison Would Look Like

This week, Donald Trump was convicted on 34 counts by a New York City jury. In an unprecedented scenario, a former United States President will receive his sentence in the coming weeks. It is within the realm of possibility that that sentence could include jail time. 

On Sunday, former FBI Director James Comey appeared on MSNBC to discuss the Trump case with Jen Psaki. And Comey laid out what it might look like if a former President and current Presidential candidate were to be sentenced to jail time. 

Psaki asked, "Do you agree … that it would be difficult or nearly impossible for the law enforcement institutions to put him in an actual jail?"

“No," Comey responded. “They would just put him in a double wide — somewhere out near the fence, out in the grass. And he would eat there. He’d shower there, he’d exercise there, he’d be away … from general population. But it’s obviously doable."

Psaki continued, "Do you think he’s going to be wearing an ankle bracelet or be in jail after the sentencing?"

Comey explained:

"It seems unlikely. But I’ve never seen a defendant beg for it more by attacking the judge, attacking the jury, attacking the witnesses. One of the key things in assessing what sentence is appropriate … a judge looks at, ‘So, are you sorry for what you did or are you respecting the system?’ This defendant is running the other way."