Court Admission WRECKS The Entire Case Against Trump

During a recent court session in Georgia, Nathan Wade, a prosecutor involved in the Trump case, testified that Fulton County prosecutor Fani Willis allegedly reimbursed him with cash for their lavish vacations.

Wade revealed that initially, he had paid for these expenses using his business credit card.

If the judge presiding over the case determines that Willis had a genuine conflict of interest with her lover and fellow prosecutor, she could be removed from the case.

This outcome would result in a significant victory for former President Donald Trump in the Georgia election interference case.

Judge Scott McAfee mentioned during a hearing on Monday that there is a possibility of disqualifying Willis from the case.

The allegations seem to be substantiated by the information revealed on Thursday, which contradicts the claims made by Willis.

During his testimony, Wade stated that his involvement with Willis started in 2022, following her initiation of the case against Trump in 2021.

However, Robin Yeartie, a former employee of the Fulton County District Attorney’s office and a close friend of Willis since their college days, firmly stated that she was in a relationship with Nathan Wade since 2019, thereby contradicting both Wade and Willis.

By Trent Walker

Trent Walker has over ten years experience as an undercover reporter, focusing on politics, corruption, crime, and deep state exposés.

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