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    Legal Expert Drops Bombshell: Fani Willis’ Career in Jeopardy!

    Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis narrowly survived her disqualification hearing earlier this year and will be allowed to continue on the case against former President Donald Trump — but she’s not in the clear yet.

    At the time, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee decided not to disqualify Willis from leading the Trump case, provided that she got rid of her romantic partner, Nathan Wade, who has since stepped away.

    In light of McAfee’s criticism of Willis’s actions, legal experts now believe that her case against Trump and her career would both benefit from her resignation. Even though the judge did not find Willis guilty of perjury or financial misconduct involving Wade, the judge did note that her actions were troubling.

    McAfee hinted at an “odor of mendacity” in Willis’s testimony concerning her relationship with Wade, who resigned in response to the judge’s remarks. There are eighteen co-defendants in the case against Trump, which centers on allegations of a conspiracy to sway the 2020 presidential election.


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