Trump Criticizes Prosecutors Amid Controversy Over Relationship, Judge to Decide Soon

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Former President Trump continues to lash out at the lead prosecutors, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade, in his Georgia election subversion trial. The judge is on the verge of deciding whether to disqualify them from the case due to their past romantic involvement.

In a recent post on Truth Social, Trump questioned where Fani acquired the funds, insinuating that she didn’t reimburse Wade as claimed. This controversy emerged from a motion filed by Trump’s co-defendant, Michael Roman, who alleged financial benefits to Willis from her relationship with Wade.

Judge Scott McAfee heard final arguments from Trump’s lawyers on Friday, with a decision expected within two weeks. The outcome hinges on weighing evidence presented during three days of hearings, where Willis and Wade defended their relationship but insisted it ended last summer.

Trump rails against Willis, Wade as judge weighs disqualification over relationship

Trump contends that Willis fabricated excuses about the money after getting caught and accuses the prosecutors of seeking money and fame. He suggests collaboration with President Biden’s Department of Justice against him.

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As the GOP front-runner in the 2024 race, Trump faces charges related to attempts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia. The trial’s start date remains uncertain, pending the judge’s ruling on disqualification.

The controversy surrounding Willis and Wade’s relationship has concluded, but potential trial delays persist.

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