Preet and Joyce are joined by Barb McQuade, the former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, for part two of a discussion about the expected indictment of former President Donald Trump by the Manhattan DA’s office. They discuss the House GOP’s calls on Bragg to testify before Congress, the issues that might arise when a jury is empaneled, and the potential precedent that a Trump indictment would establish.
To listen to part one of the discussion, which also features Elie Honig, the former Organized Crime Chief at SDNY, head to the Stay Tuned feed or CAFE.com.
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Hey insiders. This is part two of our conversation. I’m joined by Joyce Vance and Barb McQuade, and we will talk further about the looming indictment of Donald Trump by the Manhattan DA’s office. If you haven’t yet listened to part one, head over to the stay tuned feed and then come back here for the insider exclusive. Thanks again for being a member of the CAFE Insider community.
One thing we haven’t talked about yet in any detail and length is all these people on the Republican side, elected politicians, particularly in the house who are coming at Alvin Bragg, I think less to come after Alvin Bragg, then to appear to the former president that they have his back. We have, I think at this count three GOP committee chairman, house judiciary chairman Jim Jordan, house oversight chairman James Comer and house administration Chairman Brian Steil, are calling on a local prosecutor to testify, provide documents, and I believe Rand Paul said in the last 24 or 48 hours, without having seen an indictment, without having seen the evidence that Alvin Bragg should go to prison himself for even contemplating a charge against the former president. What’s going on here?