By Trevor Schakoh
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg filed a lawsuit Tuesday against House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, demanding that a federal court invalidate any subpoenas he might send for Bragg, his current or former staff members in the wake of President Donald Trump’s recent indictment.
Jordan subpoenaed former New York County Special District Attorney Mark Pomerantz last week, accusing him of politicizing the investigation into Trump and encouraging Bragg to charge the former president. Bragg’s Tuesday court filing asked for the court to temporarily stop the enforcement of Pomerantz’s subpoena and label additional subpoenas from Jordan or the Committee to Bragg invalid.
This is a breaking news story and will be updated.
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