Two prosecutors in the investigation into possible fraud at Donald Trump’s company have resigned. It is not clear why they did so suddenly. to write New York times†
source† The New York Times
Two of the attorneys general leading the investigation into former President Donald Trump’s company abruptly resigned on Wednesday. Two attorneys general, Carrie R. Dunn and Mark F. Pomerantz, submitted their resignations after the new Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg told them he was unsure of moving forward in the Trump case. to write New York times. The investigation is looking into whether Trump overvalued his assets in order to obtain soft loans.
It was not clear why Prague doubted the investigation was continuing. In a statement on the plaintiffs’ dismissal, a prosecution spokesperson said the man was “grateful for the services” of Monday and that the investigation was continuing. The chapter is remarkable in its own right as the investigation appears to be gaining momentum lately.
It was announced last week that both Donald Trump and two of his sons, Ivanka and Donald Jr., must testify under oath in the investigation.