It’s been clear to most any onlooker that New York Prosecutors don’t really care WHAT crime they pin on Trump so long as they can take him down for something.
But so far, Trump’s antagonists keep coming up empty. And with two resignations on the legal team leading the prosecution, the hill they’ve been trying to climb to pin something on him just got that much steeper.
The two prosecutors in charge of the Manhattan district attorney’s criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump and his business dealings suddenly resigned Wednesday, throwing the future of the probe into question.
A spokesperson for District Attorney Alvin Bragg confirmed the resignations of Carey Dunne and former mafia prosecutor Mark Pomerantz. Both started on the probe under former District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. and were asked to stay when Bragg took office in January.
Dunne, the office’s former general counsel, argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in a successful fight for Trump’s tax records. Pomerantz was brought out of private practice by Vance last year to add his expertise in white collar investigations to the probe. — AP
So, he successfully got SCOTUS to hand over Trump’s tax records, and he … is resigning from the investigation? At the same time as the other guy?
Why would they give up on a winning case like that… unless they saw that it was NOT such a slam-dunk winning case after all?
The New York Times, citing sources, reported that Dunne and Pomerantz quit after Bragg raised doubts about pursuing a case against Trump. — AP
This is not the kind of news the Times would be excited to report on, we suspect. They’re openly hoping to see him swing (metaphorically, of course?) from the rafters.
The timing of this wrinkle in the story seems like it may be important to the overall context:
On Tuesday, lawyers for Weisselberg and the Trump Organization filed court papers seeking to throw out the case. Weisselberg’s lawyers argued the D.A.’s office was targeting him as punishment because he wouldn’t flip on the former president. — AP
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