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Prosecutor Fani Willis Bizarrely Denies Conflict of Interest, Vows to Remain on Trump Case

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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is not planning to step down from prosecuting former President Donald Trump and his co-defendants for alleged election interference in Georgia, despite accusations of an improper relationship with lead prosecutor Nathan Wade.

The trial date has not been set, and there are concerns that Willis’ departure could delay proceedings past the 2024 election.

Despite intense scrutiny and allegations of misusing funds and her position, Willis is expected to stay on the case and respond to the defendants’ arguments by challenging their interpretation of the law.

There are calls for Wade to recuse himself, but it is not legally required.

Personal attacks and political pressure have intensified, but it is uncertain whether Willis will be removed over the allegations.

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