Fani Willis Just Issued Sick 4-Word Warning To Trump

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Fani Willis, the district attorney for Fulton County, asserted that the issue pertaining to her friendship with a colleague prosecutor has not slowed down the election meddling case against former President Donald Trump.

Willis spoke with CNN on Saturday about the case after her sexual relationship with former lead prosecutor Nathan Wade came to an end. Defense lawyers asserted that after they began dating, Willis hired Wade so he might benefit from the prosecution.

Judge Scott McAfee of the Superior Court stated that Willis had a “tremendous lapse in judgment” but that there was not enough evidence to remove her from the case. Wade left the case earlier this month after the judge’s decision.

The district attorney told CNN that she does not need to clear her reputation since she is not “embarrassed” by the judge’s decision. In addition, she forewarned Trump that his RICO prosecution would soon be facing a “train.”

” I don’t feel like my reputation needs to be reclaimed. Let’s say, for the record, I’m not embarrassed by anything I’ve done,” she told CNN. “You know, I guess my greatest crime is I had a relationship with a man. But that’s not something that I find embarrassing in any way. And I know that I have not done anything that’s illegal.”

In addition, she forewarned Trump that his RICO prosecution would soon be facing a “train.”

“All while that was going on, we were writing responsive briefs. We were still doing the case in the way that it needed to be done,” Willis continued. We were still doing the case in the way that it needed to be done. I don’t feel like we’ve been slowed down at all. I do think that there are efforts to slow down this train, but the train is coming.”

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