House Launches Investigation Into DOJ Coordination with D.A. Alvin Bragg – EVOL

Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Jim Jordan (R-OH) wrote to Attorney General Merrick Garland on Tuesday raising serious ethical questions about Matthew Colangelo, who is the lead prosecutor in the criminal case against former President Trump in Manhattan.

In the letter, Jordan asked Garland for documents and communications from Colangelo’s time at the Biden Department of Justice (DOJ).

The Daily Caller got a copy of the letter before it was sent. In it, Jordan asks for a number of personnel files related to Colangelo’s hiring, employment, and termination at the DOJ, as well as documents and communications from January 2021 to December 2022 and those related to Trump or his organization.

There are questions about illegal coordination between the White House and the Manhattan D.A.’s office because Colangelo was acting associate attorney general for the DOJ for two years before becoming senior counsel for the Manhattan District Attorney’s office in December 2022.

Jordan wants more information in the letter about why Colangelo left the DOJ to work on prosecuting Trump, since he was hired in 2022 while Bragg was still looking into Trump over a $130,000 payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels.

“The Committee on the Judiciary is



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