House Judiciary chair Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) has sent two letters to former prosecutors Carey Dunne and Mark Pomerantz demanding documents and testimony relating to Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg’s unprecedented abuse of prosecutorial authority amid the reported impending indictment of President Trump, according to the official House Judiciary Twitter account.
#BREAKING: @Jim_Jordan just sent letters to former prosecutors Carey Dunne and Mark Pomerantz demanding documents and testimony relating to Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's unprecedented abuse of prosecutorial authority amid the reported impending indictment of President Trump. pic.twitter.com/8rZ5SE75p6
— House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) March 23, 2023
“In January 2022, soon after Bragg took office, he expressed doubts about President Trump’s case and suspended the investigation. This decision caused you and your colleague, Mark Pomerantz, to resign in protest,” the Republican chairman wrote in the letter to Dunne. “It now appears that your efforts to shame Bragg have worked as he is reportedly resurrecting a so-called ‘zombie’ case against President Trump using a tenuous and untested legal theory.”
“In addition, Bragg’s star witness—Michael Cohen—has a serious credibility problem as a convicted perjurer and serial fabricator with demonstrable prejudice against President Trump,” the lawmaker wrote.
The Ohio legislator concluded that “the totality of these facts is that Bragg’s impending indictment is motivated by political calculations.”
Jordan stopped by Hannity Wednesday night to react to the latest with Trump’s case and Bragg’s abuse of power.
“Alvin Bragg gets elected as district attorney, he wasn’t going to bring the case. And the only thing that changes between then and now is President Trump announces he’s running for president.”
Watch the clip above.