NEW YORK (AP) – Two prosecutors responsible for the Manhattan District Attorney’s criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump abruptly resigned on Wednesday, questioning the future of the investigation.
A spokesman for District Attorney Alvin Bragg has confirmed the resignations of Carrie Dunn and former Mafia Prosecutor Mark Pomerantz, both of whom have launched an investigation led by former District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.
“We are grateful for their services,” said spokeswoman Daniel Filson. She declined to comment further, saying the investigation is ongoing.
The New York Times citing sources reported that Dan and Pomerantz were gone after Brag expressed doubts about the case against Trump.
Requests to comment were left to Dana and Orange.
An investigation by the DA office led to allegations of tax fraud last July against Trump’s company, the Trump Organization, and its longtime chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg.
Weiselberg has been accused of charging more than $ 1.7 million in compensation outside of accounting, including renting an apartment, paying for a car and attending school. He and the company did not admit their guilt.