House Republicans to Demand Testimony from Manhattan DA Staff as Trump Indictment Looms
With an indictment for former president Donald Trump expected, House Judiciary chairman Jim Jordan (R., Oh.) and other Republican leaders are preparing to demand testimony from members of the Manhattan district attorney’s office.
A source with knowledge of the plans told Politico that Republicans may soon fire off letters for sworn testimony regarding Alvin Bragg’s impending prosecution of Trump. Many GOP officials have called the prosecution “politically-motivated” and have pointed to the fact Bragg’s predecessor, Cyrus Vance, did not bring charges against Trump.
The potential offense in this case is falsifying business...