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Georgia Prosecutor On Trump Election Case Won’t Be Asked About Alleged Affair In Divorce Case

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Nathan Wade, the special prosecutor in Donald Trump’s Georgia election interference case, settled a dispute in his divorce to avoid testifying about an alleged affair with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Trump and co-defendants sought to disqualify Willis’ office, citing a conflict of interest due to the alleged affair.

Wade’s temporary divorce agreement resolved issues of alimony and attorney’s fees, but the case is ongoing.

“The Wade v. Wade hearing scheduled for January 31, 2024 has been removed by consent of the parties, a Consent Temporary Order has been entered by Judge Thompson,” attorney Thomas Davis said.

“We are focused on the hard work of moving the case toward resolution, whether that is through settlement or trial,” Andrea Dyer Hastings stated.

“We are continuing to work to obtain information from Mr. Wade to ensure that the couple’s assets are divided properly after more than twenty-six years of marriage,” she said.

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