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MSNBC Legal Analyst Slips Up: ‘Convicting Trump In This Case Is Everything’

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Joyce Vance, a former U.S. attorney turned legal analyst, urged Fani Willis to recuse herself in the case involving Trump.

The situation involves allegations of improper conduct, with Judge McAffee ruling that Nathan Wade must resign for the case to proceed.

Legal analyst Andrew Weissman supported the call for Willis to step aside, suggesting that another official from her office could oversee the case.

“I think this is something that we’re, you know, this is going to linger. We’re going to hear more of this because this is what defense lawyers are charged with doing,” Weissmann said.

“And so even if there is a choice that Bonnie Willis makes to have Wade step down and she remains, I think she is still going to be a lightning rod and a liability as this case goes forward,” he added.

The affair between Willis and Wade has raised concerns, with discrepancies in the timeline of their relationship and financial transactions coming under scrutiny.

“No one likes how Fani Willis was treated,” Vance said. “It’s reprehensible. But a prosecutor’s duty is to do what’s best for the case, not for themself. Sometimes, that means being the only adult in the room even when it’s not fair.”

“Convicting Trump in this case is everything.”

Cobb County Chief Deputy District Attorney Cindi Lee Yeager has offered additional testimony if the case re-opens.

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