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House Republicans, Manhattan DA End Fight Over Trump Investigation

House Republican and the manhattan The district attorney’s office on Friday reached a deal to end the legal dispute over the House Judiciary Committee’s investigation into former President Donald Trump. playing cardshistoric indictment of.

Under the agreement, committee members will be able to question former prosecutor Mark Pomerantz under oath in Washington next month, and the district attorney will settle the case. Alvin Bragg He was trying to prevent Pomerantz from testifying.

Among the commission’s concessions, Pomerantz will be accompanied by an attorney from Bragg’s office, which is not normally permitted in congressional depositions.

Bragg’s office and the Judiciary Committee reached a deal after the Second Circuit Court of Appeals issued an injunction on Thursday, temporarily staying the enforcement of a House subpoena seeking Pomeranz’s testimony.

The Court of Appeals was scheduled to hear oral arguments in the dispute on Tuesday.

Bragg’s office said the agreement to delay Pomeranz’s testimony until May 12 would preserve the district attorney’s “privileges and interests” in the ongoing Trump prosecution. House Republicans, Manhattan DA End Fight Over Trump Investigation

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