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Alvin Bragg Will Testify to Congress After Trump’s Sentencing

Alvin L. Bragg, the Manhattan district attorney who won conviction of former President Donald J. Trump on 34 felony counts, plans to testify before Congress next month, one day after Mr. Trump is scheduled to be sentenced.

Mr. Bragg will undoubtedly face a grilling from House Republicans, who have rallied behind Mr. Trump since his conviction last month of falsifying business records to cover up a potential sex scandal. G.O.P. lawmakers have perpetuated his false narrative that President Biden ordered his prosecution. Representative Jim Jordan, the Ohio Republican who leads the House Judiciary Committee and is a close ally of Mr. Trump, summoned Mr. Bragg to answer the G.O.P.’s accusations.

“It undermines the rule of law to spread dangerous misinformation, baseless claims and conspiracy theories following the jury’s return of a full-count felony conviction in People v. Trump,” Mr. Bragg’s office said in a statement. “Nonetheless, we respect our government institutions and plan to appear voluntarily before the subcommittee.”

Mr. Bragg previously suggested his testimony would need to wait until after Mr. Trump is sentenced next month.

House Republicans have promised to use every congressional tool at their disposal to avenge their party’s leader, including holding hearings, cutting funds to prosecutors’ offices and passing legislation to help the former president.

In addition to questioning Mr. Bragg, Mr. Jordan, who leads a subcommittee investigating what Republicans call the “weaponization of government,” will also hear the testimony of one of the prosecutors, Matthew Colangelo, who helped lead the case against Mr. Trump.

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