Georgia Governor Exposes Fani Willis

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( – On Tuesday, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) had argued that former President Donald Trump’s prosecution in the Georgia election interference case brought forward by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis appeared more political. 

The governor has so far exercised caution when addressing this topic, however, he claimed that the case appears to be “more political” given the recent scrutiny that Willis had faced after she had admitted that she was romantically involved with attorney Nathan Wade, who she had hired in this case. 

During an appearance on NewsNation Kemp argued that he needed to be careful of what he said as Willis had subpoenaed him. He added that this case, which was believed by many people including himself to already be political, had gotten even more political because of the actions taken by Willis and Wade. 

On Tuesday, Wade’s former lawyer Terrence Bradley took the stand after a judge had previously found that he needed to provide further testimony regarding the romantic relationship between Willis and Wade. Both Willis and Wade have acknowledged that they are romantically involved but they have maintained that their relationship had only started after Wade had been hired in this case. 

The defense considers Bradley its star witness, however during his Tuesday appearance he claimed that he had no knowledge of the romantic relationship between Willis and Wade. He pointed out that he did not have any knowledge about when it had started or of the relationship starting. 

Willis had subpoenaed Kemp as part of the investigation. While the governor had tried to quash the subpoena, a judge had determined that he was required to appear before the grand jury. 

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