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Top Prosecutor in Georgia Trump Case Paid for Vacation Flights for Alleged Lover District Attorney Fani Willis

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Nathan Wade, the lead prosecutor in the election interference case against former President Donald Trump in Fulton County, Georgia, paid for trips for himself and District Attorney Fani Willis, with whom he allegedly has a romantic relationship.

Bank statements revealed that Wade funded at least two plane trips for both of them.

The statements were filed as part of Wade’s divorce case, and his estranged wife’s lawyers are seeking to have Willis testify in the divorce case.

“Since Plaintiff filed for divorce, he has taken trips to San Francisco and Napa Valley, to Florida and even gone on Caribbean cruises, enjoyed a trip to Belize, another to the country of Panama and even just last month took a trip to Australia. The evidence is clear that Ms. Willis was an intended travel partner for at least some of these trips as indicated by flights he purchased for her to accompany him,” the filing read.

There are allegations that the romantic relationship between Wade and Willis could impact the election interference case, and there are motions and filings from both sides related to the allegations and the divorce case.

“These answers are relevant to the equitable division of the marital estate, dissipation of marital assets, and the Plaintiff’s capacity to provide spousal support,” Willis’s lawyer Cinque Axam said.

“It is regrettable that Ms. Willis has filed such an inflammatory Motion, which has left Defendant with no other choice than to respond forcefully and with supporting evidence in a case that is very personal in nature. The Defendant’s sole objective is to lead a peaceful life, and her counsel is committed to ensuring she has adequate means to support herself and defend herself in this litigation. If non-party, Ms. Willis, seeks protection, it appears that the one she needs protection from is herself,” the filing stated.

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