Disqualification is “possible” for Fulton County prosecutor Fani Willis in her case against former President Donald Trump, Fulton County Judge Scott McAfee said during a hearing on Monday.
If the judge determines on Thursday that Willis engaged in an actual conflict of interest with her lover and fellow prosecutor, Willis would be removed from the case, handing Trump a massive victory in the Georgia election interference case.
Willis admitted in a court filing to a relationship with Nathan Wade, whom she appointed to prosecute Trump, but denied the relationship interfered in the case.
Trump and codefendant Mike Roman have accused Willis and Wade of corruption for:
Maintaining an improper romantic relationship Enriching themselves through the taxpayer-funded prosecution Meeting with Biden administration officials before indicting Trump and