In a striking conspiracy twist, U.S. Attorney General Geoffrey S. Berman made a statement claiming he would not directly resign from a statement that he had left the Chief Prosecutor William Barr for hours early Friday night.
Berman said, “This evening I learned from the Chief Prosecutor that I“ stepped ”as a US lawyer in a press release. Posted in New York’s Southern District Twitter account.
“I did not resign from my position assigned by the Judges of the District Court of the New York South District of the United States of America,” Berman said in a statement.
“I will resign when a candidate appointed by the Presidency is approved by the Senate,” he continued.
Berman’s refusal to resign from his post for two and a half years is now the country’s most prestigious law firm in the United States – the Southern District of Manhattan-based New York – without dispute with the Ministry of Justice.
At midnight, New York Representative Jerrold Nadler, President of the Supreme Court, Tweeted that he would invite Berman to testify During a planned hearing about Barr in front of the committee on Wednesday.
“America is right to expect the worst of Bill Barr, who is constantly interfering with judicial investigations on behalf of Trump,” Nadler said.
“We listen to this topic on Wednesday. We welcome Mr. Berman’s testimony and we will invite him to testify. “
Berman pledged that his investigations, some of which directly addressed Trump or his closest assistants, will “proceed without delay or without interruption” until the replacement is approved.
“Every day I work with women and men in this Office, I pursue fearless or unfair justice – and I aim to keep the important cases of these Offices unabated.”
He signed the statement using the title of the US Attorney in the Southern District of New York.
Berman’s ongoing investigations are reported to include probes for financing Trump’s opening celebrations and billions in Deutsche Bank loans to Trump’s company and his father-in-law Jared Kushner.
Berman’s office is also reported to investigate whether Trump’s lawyer and confidant Rudy Giuliani has violated lobbying laws by acting as the agent of the president in Ukraine.
The Bureau also investigates Türk Halkbank for allegedly violating US trade sanctions against Iran.
Upcoming memory of former National Security Adviser John Bolton, who are imprisoned in Turkey Trump’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Erdogan said Turkey claims that Americans would block an investigation of a priest to leave free.