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Fani Willis’ Team had no rebuttal to the proven allegations that she and Wade were dating before she hired Wade as a Special Prosecutor to “get Trump.” On Tuesday, Wade’s divorce attorney, Terrence Bradley, said “dang” on the witness stand after realizing his texts proved that Wade and Willis were in a relationship before she appointed him as special prosecutor in the Trump case. President Trump posted on TruthSocial that these texts should be enough to end the case against him. Also, in Friday’s closing arguments, Trump’s attorneys brought up Willis’ past remarks at a Black church where she called those accusing her and Wade of misconduct “racist.” Judge McAfee said he would rule on Willis’ and Wade’s eligibility in the Trump case within the next two weeks.

During closing arguments, Trump’s defense attorneys beautifully laid out the timeline proving Willis’ corruption, stating, “They [Willis and Wade] began their relationship in 2019. It dated for two years, and then she awarded him a contract[made Wade Special Trump proscuter] where public money ended up in his pockets. That decision alone is improper. What is even more improper is Then she and he used that money to go on personal vactions and trips.”

Wade and Willis were not just making out on Georgia taxpayers; records show that Wade also billed the Biden White House numerous times for his services in providing advice on how to “get Trump.”

Trump’s defense also read text messages between Ashleigh Merchant and Terrence Bradley, Nathan Wade’s divorce attorney, which proved Willis and Wade were in a relationship before she appointed him.

On Tuesday, Terrence Bradley said “dang” on the witness stand after realizing his texts with Ashleigh Merchant proved Wade and Willis’ relationship happened before Wade’s appointment as Special Prosecutor in the Trump case.

These revelations led President Trump to post on TruthSocial, “The fact that Fani Willis and “Lover” Wade unquestionably started their relationship BEFORE the beginning of their FAKE case that was brought against me and many others, would unequivocally mean, according to virtually all legal experts and scholars, THAT THIS CASE IS OVER!”

David Shafer’s attorney described Fani Willis and Nathan Wade’s corrupt behavior: “Prosecutors don’t act like this. Lawyers don’t act like this. These people got to go.”

Trump’s defense attorneys also brought up that Willis recently spoke at an all-black church, giving a speech centered around the theme that those who are accusing her and Wade of corruption are racist and that God wants her to jail President Trump. Attorneys for Trump called on Willis to face BAR discipline for her remarks.

Willis and Wade attended closing arguments but did not speak. Both seemed lackadaisical as arguments proceeded.

Judge McAfee said he would rule on Willis’ and Wade’s eligibility in the Trump case within the next two weeks. If Willis and Wade are allowed to remain on the case, then there is no possible way President Trump will be able to receive a fair trial in Fulton County, Georgia.

Charles Downs