**Top Detective in Bragg’s Trump Investigation Suspended Over Connections to Michael Cohen**

**Top Detective in Bragg's Trump Investigation Suspended Over Connections to Michael Cohen**
**Top Detective in Bragg's Trump Investigation Suspended Over Connections to Michael Cohen**
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**Key figure in Trump investigation suspended for ties to ex-lawyer Michael Cohen**

In a shocking twist, Jeremy Rosenberg, a leading detective in Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case against President Trump, has been suspended due to his contact with Trump’s former attorney, Michael Cohen. As the investigation continues, questions arise over the impact this suspension may have on the case.

Jeremy Rosenberg, who specializes in investigating financial crimes for Bragg’s office, was reportedly suspended after his interactions with Michael Cohen were brought to light. Cohen had previously turned on Trump and testified against the former president in front of the grand jury. So far, it is uncertain how Rosenberg’s suspension will affect the ongoing case against Trump.

According to a spokeswoman for Bragg’s office, they are currently reviewing the investigator’s compliance with internal protocols. However, they did not provide any further details. Law enforcement sources claim that the office is examining how Rosenberg shared communications about Cohen with their team.

Cohen’s attorney, Lanny J. Davis, defended the interactions between his client, Rosenberg, and himself, stating that their conversations were always professional and focused on Cohen’s personal security. It is worth noting that in March, Trump was charged with 34 felony counts by Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, seemingly in an effort to sabotage Trump’s potential 2024 presidential bid.

The criminal charges leveled against Trump correspond with each payment made to his former lawyer Michael Cohen, in relation to “hush payments” given to two women. These charges include falsifying business records and conspiracy. According to the indictment, these payments were made to silence the women and prevent information about alleged affairs from harming Trump’s chances in the 2016 election against Hillary Clinton. Prosecutors claim that these actions undermined the electoral process.

President Trump’s legal team is currently attempting to move the case surrounding the “hush payments” from a state court to a federal court. They argue that a federal court would provide a more diverse jury pool, given that 86% of Manhattan residents are registered Democrats. A federal judge must now decide whether the case can be transferred.

**Suspension of key investigator raises questions on future of Trump case**

The suspension of a high-ranking investigator in Bragg’s case against Trump has caused concern and speculation about the potential repercussions on the case. With Jeremy Rosenberg suspended for his contact with Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, the investigation’s future remains uncertain.


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