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Trump Lawyers: Nathan Wade’s Cell Phone Data Contradicts Testimony

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Trump’s lawyers have submitted an affidavit alleging cellphone data from AT&T contradicts the testimony of Nathan Wade, an investigator on Fulton County DA Fani Willis’s staff who is also her romantic partner.

The data suggests Wade visited Willis’s neighborhood 35 times before November 2021, not 10 as he stated, and was there late at night on two occasions, indicating he may have spent the night before Willis said their relationship became romantic in 2022.

If proven true, it could show Wade committed perjury and Willis violated anti-nepotism rules by hiring someone she was already in a relationship with.

It also undercuts both of their claims that the relationship only began after Willis opened her investigation into Trump in 2021.

Wade testified any phone records contradicting his account would be incorrect.

“So, if phone records were to reflect that you were making phone calls from the same location as the condo before Nov. 1 of 2021, and it was on multiple occasions, the phone records would be wrong?” a Trump attorney questioned Wade.

“If phone records reflected that? Yes, sir,” Wade said.

“They’d be wrong?” the lawyer asked.

“They’d be wrong,” Wade said.

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