Republicans vow lawfare revenge after Trump’s guilty verdict

Republicans are preparing to exact revenge after former President Donald Trump was convicted of criminal charges this week, ramping up their investigations into President Joe Biden and Democrats to even the score ahead of the November election. 

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) was among the first to decry Trump’s guilty verdict, announcing on Friday he would be asking Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and prosecutor Matthew Colangelo to appear before Congress in June for a public hearing to discuss the case. Jordan has been investigating the two attorneys over the last several months over allegations the pair had revived the criminal case against Trump to harm his presidential campaign. 

“This hearing will examine actions by state and local prosecutors to engage politically motivated prosecutions of federal officials, in particular the recent
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