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House Republicans Demand Answers From Manhattan DA Over Trump Case

  • Judiciary chairman Jordan calls Trump case politically driven
  • Weaponization subcommittee will lead the House investigation
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Republican leaders on Monday demanded that the Manhattan district attorney sit for an interview and provide documents as they began an investigation into his prosecution of Donald Trump over hush payments to an adult film star.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan and two other committee chairmen sent a letter to Alvin Bragg asking about the use of federal funds to build his case against Trump, which Jordan called politically motivated, by Thursday.