Alvin Bragg agrees to testify before Congress about Trump New York case, but only after sentencing

Alvin Bragg agrees to testify before Congress about Trump New York case, but only after sentencing


Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg (D) recently agreed to testify before Congress about his prosecution of former President Donald Trump.

Last year, Bragg filed 34 felony counts against Trump for allegedly falsifying business records. Late last month, a panel of 12 Manhattan jurors found the former president guilty on all counts.

‘If they’re not willing to come voluntarily, we will subpoena them.’

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) requested that Bragg testify at a June 13 session regarding the DA’s case against Trump.

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According to a letter from Bragg’s general counsel, Leslie Dubeck, the DA is “committed to voluntary cooperation” with the committee regarding its investigation into the New York trial. However, Dubeck claimed that Bragg would be unable to attend the upcoming session due to “scheduling conflicts.”

“That

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