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Just In: Judge in Fani Willis Case Says Alleged Relationship ‘Existed’ and Could Result in ‘Disqualification’

The judge overseeing former President Donald Trump’s Georgia election inference case stated Monday that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ alleged misconduct could result in her disqualification from the case.
Willis has been accused of hiring her lover, Nathan Wade, as special counsel in the case and benefiting financially from the payment he received in the form of lavish personal trips they took together. Willis has said that they evenly split expenses on the trips.
“Willis and Wade, along with a number of employees in the DA’s office, have been subpoenaed to testify Thursday by Trump co-defendant Michael Roman, who last month filed a motion seeking to dismiss the election charges against him and disqualify Willis,” ABC News reported.

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