Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan District Attorney, was held “responsible” for the indictment and impeachment of former President Donald Trump, according to House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
Trump appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court on Tuesday and pleaded “not guilty” to 34 criminal charges related to the alleged falsification of business records while paying Stormy Daniels, a former porn actress, $130,000 to remain silent on a alleged affair the two allegedly had. in 2006 in exchange for silent money.
“Alvin Bragg seeks to obstruct our democratic process by invoking federal law to bring political allegations against President Trump while simultaneously asserting that the people’s representatives in Congress have no authority to investigate this prank. Congress will hold Bragg accountable for using the federal legal system as a weapon, McCarthy tweeted Tuesday.
McCarthy accused Bragg of “damaging our country beyond repair” after the Manhattan grand jury decided to prosecute Trump on Thursday. He claimed Bragg did this by politically attacking a presidential candidate.
“Alvin Bragg’s attempt to meddle in our presidential race has caused irreparable harm to our nation. He has used our revered justice system against President Donald Trump while frequently releasing dangerous criminals to intimidate the public,” he said. writes McCarthy in the post. hold Alvin Bragg accountable for his extraordinary abuse of power because the American people will not tolerate this injustice.
A lawyer for a former president claimed Trump was “frustrated” and “upset” by the accusations. In a March 18 Truth Social article, Trump urged his fans to oppose Bragg’s impending arrest, accusing him of engaging in a “witch hunt” against him.
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