House Judiciary Committee to Grill Manhattan Prosecutor Alvin Bragg on “Political Prosecution” of Trump – Shocking Details Revealed!

Washington, D.C. – Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is set to testify before the GOP-led House Judiciary Committee in July, shedding light on the hush money case against former President Donald Trump. Together with prosecutor Matthew Colangelo, Bragg will address concerns surrounding the conviction of Trump on 34 felony counts of falsifying business records.

The hearings come amid accusations from Trump and his Republican allies regarding political prosecution by Bragg and other prosecutors. Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, known for his close ties to Trump, announced the upcoming hearing with Bragg, sparking further controversy surrounding the case.

In response to claims of collusion between the Department of Justice and Bragg, a Justice Department official penned a letter dismissing these allegations. The letter emphasized the separation between the Manhattan DA’s office and the DOJ, aiming to quell any conspiracy theories surrounding the prosecution.

Bragg and Colangelo have been requested to testify before the Judiciary subcommittee on the weaponization of the government, a move led by Jordan. The focus of the hearing will delve into potential politically motivated prosecutions, particularly scrutinizing Bragg’s handling of the case against Trump.

Despite the ongoing legal proceedings and political tensions surrounding the case, Bragg’s general counsel expressed willingness to testify, emphasizing the need for fairness and integrity in the judicial process. Discussions are underway to determine a suitable hearing date while safeguarding the interests of New York and the ongoing criminal prosecution of Trump.

As the anticipation for the hearings builds, the public eagerly awaits the insights that Bragg and Colangelo will bring before the House Judiciary Committee. The impact of their testimonies could potentially shape the narrative surrounding the legal battle involving Trump and the implications for future political prosecutions.