Donald Trump has told his advisors and associates at a private gathering in his Mar-a-Algo resort, meant to chart out a political strategy that he intends to up the ante against AlvinBragg, the Manhattan District Attorney leading the indictment case against him — the Guardian has reported. According to sources, the former president used belligerent offensive language against the “psychopath” District Attorney.
Former President Trump is facing indictment after a jury on Thursday voted in favor of initiating proceedings against himfor allegedly paying hush money to porn star Stormy Daniels. A $130,000 hush money amount was paid to Daniels through Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen during the final days of his 2016 Presidential campaign. Trump later reimbursed the amount to Cohen as legal fees. Cohen has pleaded guilty to federal tax evasion in 2018 and charges of campaign-finance violation.
In the lead-up to the jury decision, Trump and his allies went on a tear again Alvin Bragg, alleging that Bragg has received financial support from a PAC funded by George Soros.
On March 10, Trump described Bragg on his website Truth Social as: “A RACIST, SOROS BACKED D.A., WHO LETS MURDERERS, RAPISTS, AND DRUG DEALERS WALK FREE, AND WHO HAS PRESIDED OVER THE BIGGEST VIOLENT CRIME WAVE IN THE HISTORY OF NYC.”
Trump again claimed, “District Attorney Alvin Bragg received in EXCESS OF ONE MILLION DOLLARS from Radical Left Enemy of ‘TRUMP,’ George Soros.”
Marjorie Taylor Green, Rep. from Georgia upped the ante, calling Bragg a puppet and captioning a tweet that promoted “enemy of the state” merchandise with, Monday that “District Attorney Alvin Bragg received in EXCESS OF ONE MILLION DOLLARS from Radical Left Enemy of ‘TRUMP,’ George Soros.”
A Harlem, New York native, Bragg is a graduate of Harvard Law School and has previously served as chief deputy attorney general and has worked on numerous high-profile cases. He has served as a member of the New York Urban League’s Board of Directors and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
Brag started out as a civil rights lawyer for the firm Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason and Anello, from where he graduated to become the Chief of Litigation and investigations for the New York City Council.