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Alvin Bragg: Trump prosecution has nothing to do with politics

  • As the first of Donald Trump’s four criminal cases goes to trial, Alvin Bragg is set to face a political upheaval.
  • Trump has pushed his followers to intervene to stop the “danger to our country.”
  • Trump’s lawyers have attempted to overturn the ruling, using it as one of many justifications to postpone the trial.

As the first of Donald Trump’s four criminal cases goes to trial on Monday, Alvin Bragg, the first Black district attorney in Manhattan, is set to face a political upheaval.

Trump’s 34-count felony indictment will put the Democrat to the test in his attempt to project an image of nonpartisanship in the face of constant criticism from Trump and his allies, who claim the prosecution is the height of partisanship.

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Accusing Bragg of being a “thug” and a “degenerate psychopath,” Trump has pushed his followers to intervene to stop the “danger to our country.” Bragg has refuted it, drawing parallels between the Trump prosecution and other financial criminal cases.

The accusations leveled against Trump include his alleged falsification of company records and payment to Michael Cohen, one of his attorneys, for the stifling of reports on his extramarital affairs during the 2016 presidential campaign.

The accusations put Trump’s campaign timetable in jeopardy as he prepares to confront President Joe Biden again in the general election. They have also brought attention to Bragg, who has received several racist emails, death threats, and two shipments containing white powder since bringing the indictment.

Judge Juan M. Merchan of the court issued a gag order last month prohibiting Trump from making public remarks against jurors, witnesses, or other parties associated with the case. Trump’s lawyers have attempted to overturn the ruling, using it as one of many justifications to postpone the trial.

Bragg has been under fire for his “pro-crime, anti-victim” practices and for declining to request pretrial custody for a few males who are alleged to have fought with police in Times Square.

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