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House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, responded to the theory behind the indictment of New York County District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

Bragg announced the charges against Jordan in his investigation of the charges against the former President Donald Trump After the House Judiciary Committee asked former Bragg aide Mark Pomerantz.

Pomerantz, a former prosecutor for Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart, reportedly wants his office to file charges against Trump after Bragg initially declined to file charges. One analyst cited by “The Story” may fear that Bragg Pomerantz under oath could reveal more insider information about the workings of his office.

“It’s probably true,” Jordan said in “The Story.” “We know people went to the district attorney just to go after President Trump. Even Pomerantz said, ‘I’ll do it for free.’ [and] He didn’t need to get paid because he had this vendetta to go after President Trump.”

Jordan: Bragg used federal funds to prosecute ‘no crime’


The Department of Justice, the Federal Election Commission and Bragg said how His own democratic Cyrus Vance Jr., the former, declined to sue Trump on the same general charges.

Jordan disputes Bragg’s own original retelling, saying that the main star witness, Michael Cohen – a Trump fixer – has been impeached and caught lying on multiple occasions.

“Alvin Bragg isn’t going to change his mind until Mark Pomerantz comes out and writes his book and puts pressure on the left for Alvin Bragg to flip flop and impeach the president,” he said.

Congressman Bragg used federal funds to impeach the former president, so he has the legitimacy to exercise oversight as a federal legislator.

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Mark Pomerantz, author, People with Donald Trump: An Inside Account, appeared on Meet the Press, Sunday, February 12, 2023, in Washington, DC.

Mark Pomerantz, author, People with Donald Trump: An Inside Account, appeared on Meet the Press, Sunday, February 12, 2023, in Washington, DC. (William B. Plowman/NBC via Getty Images)

“Then when we try to investigate, he says no, no, no, we will take him to court. And the person we want to talk to has not worked for Alvin Bragg for a year, and he wrote. A book on this subject. That’s why we want to talk to him,” referring to Jordan Pomerantz.

“With Biden’s Justice Department, with the White House, we want to know exactly how this all happened.”

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In an earlier Fox News interview, Jordan Bragg said it was clear he would rather focus on politics than public safety, prompting the committee to feel the need to hold such a hearing in the Big Apple.

Jordan also noted that several Trump advocates have either supported the former president or criticized Bragg’s allegations against him — specifically naming former FBI Assistant Director Andy McCain.

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