Former impeachment counsel announces bid for New York AG

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Daniel Goldman, a former federal prosecutor who served as counsel for House Democrats during the first impeachment investigation of former President Trump, announced Tuesday that he is running for attorney general of New York.

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Running news: In Video announcing his candidacy, Goldman introduced himself as a “prosecutor, not a politician” and said he was running “to fight for a standard of justice for all”.

  • Goldman vowed to lead the state in its “big fights,” including taking on the NRA, protecting abortion rights, and addressing climate change.

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Noteworthy: Goldman’s announcement comes a day after attorney Zephyr Teachout announced that she is running for the same position, and current AG Letitia James announced that he would run for governor in 2022.

description: Goldman stepped down from the House Intelligence Committee in early 2020, where he helped lead the investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties with Russia.

  • He was previously an assistant US attorney in the Southern District of New York, where he served as the district’s deputy chief of the organized crime unit. In the role, Goldman oversaw prosecutions in traditional organized crime, international organized crime, and white-collar crime.
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