Gaetz, a member of the House Weaponization of the Federal Government Select Subcommittee, subpoenaed former Manhattan prosecutor Pomerantz in April. The prosecutor testified before Congress the following month after his attempts to have the subpoena overturned failed.
But, according to Gaetz, “during his appearance, he failed to comply with the subpoena by falsely invoking his Fifth Amendment protection when questioned about topics he covered in his book. “.
Gaetz said, “I believe Mr. Pomerantz committed mischief in targeting President Trump, and his reluctance to respond to basic inquiries should not go unpunished.
Pomerantz is to be despised and coerced into responding to congressional demands, and if he refuses, the household sergeant-at-arms “must call him by force,” Gaetz continued.
In February 2022, Pomerantz and New York County District Attorney Carey Dunne both stepped down as Manhattan prosecutors. Former President Donald Trump was eventually charged in April with 34 counts related to the alleged falsification of company documents, but Pomerantz expressed his displeasure in his departure letter because Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, wouldn’t charge him.
Pomerantz released “People vs. Donald Trump” earlier this year, which outlines his role in the investigation against the former president.
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