One of the prosecutors in New York who resigned from his position after investigating Donald Trump in a criminal probe now says that he did so because he believed Trump to be guilty of numerous felonies and the office refused to indict him. Former Manhattan prosecutor Mark Pomerantz wrote to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and said that Trump’s “financial statements were false, and he has a long history of fabricating information relating to his personal finances and lying about his assets to banks, the national media, counterparties, and many others, including the American people.”
Also in his resignation letter, Pomerantz said Trump was “guilty of numerous felony violations.” When news of these resignations broke, many on the right suspected it was because there simply wasn’t enough evidence to indict Trump and this proved it was all a “witch hunt.” As it turns out, federal, state, and local prosecutors appear to be apprehensive about being the first to indict a former president even when there’s a tremendous amount of evidence against them.
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