Fani Willis’ Father revealed When He Met Nathan Wade

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’s father, John Floyd, testified about his first meeting with Nathan Wade during a hearing into whether she would be disqualified from prosecuting former President Donald Trump in his Georgia election interference case. Floyd revealed that he met Wade in 2023, about a year ago, when a reporter interviewed him. Attorneys representing Michael Roman, a co-defendant in the case, are seeking to disqualify Willis from the Trump election interference case over her relationship with Wade, an attorney she brought onto the prosecution.

Defense lawyers alleged the pair benefited financially from taxpayers’ money. Willis admitted to having a personal relationship with Wade but has argued it is not grounds to disqualify her from the Trump case. Floyd’s testimony may benefit Willis, especially the timeline and when her romantic relationship with Willis started. He also backed Willis’ story about keeping cash. Former federal prosecutor Neama Rahmani believes Floyd’s testimony may benefit Willis, as he believes Floyd’s testimony helped Willis, especially the timeline and when her romantic relationship with Willis started.

The court is expected to hear testimony from Terrence Bradley, Wade’s business partner, who was also his divorce attorney, and Fulton County special prosecutor Anna Cross. Once the hearing concludes, McAfee will determine whether Willis will be removed from the Georgia case against Trump and the co-defendants. If she is, the case would not be dismissed, instead, another district attorney or state Attorney General Christopher Carr, a Republican, could take over the prosecution.

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