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Obama-Appointed Prosecutor Joins Calls for Georgia DA Willis to Resign

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Fulton County, Georgia district attorney Fani Willis, who charged Donald Trump with election interference, faces allegations of an improper romantic relationship with prosecutor Nathan Wade, potentially compromising the case’s integrity.

Former U.S. Attorney Michael Moore believes these allegations could harm the case and suggests Willis step away.

“Cases are not lost because of some ‘Matlock’ moment, some moment like you see in ‘My Cousin Vinny,’ where suddenly somebody finds the evidence. Cases die by the death of 1,000 cuts. This is a cut on the case,” Moore said. (Trending: Hunter Biden’s Art Scheme Exposed By GOP Probe)

“I’d tell her to get out of the case. I really think that in this type of case, with these allegations, this case is bigger than any one prosecutor,” Moore added.

“And I think, probably, to preserve the case and to show that what’s of most importance to her is the facts of the Trump case, opposed to her political career.”

Additionally, Trump’s co-defendant, Michael Roman, claims the affair compromises the case’s integrity and has requested charges against him to be dropped.

The filing also seeks to disqualify the entire district attorney’s office from prosecuting the case.

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