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This is what happens when you try to unethically try to prosecute Trump.

The recent revelations concerning the relationship between Special prosecutor Nathan Wade and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis have added a new layer of complexity to the ongoing legal saga surrounding former President Trump’s election racketeering indictment. An analysis of cellphone data, conducted by an investigator working with Trump’s legal team, indicates that Wade visited Willis’s condo on numerous occasions prior to the timeline they had previously presented, casting doubt on the accuracy of their testimony regarding the onset of their relationship.

Trump and his co-defendants are seeking to challenge the indictment by asserting that the romantic involvement between Willis and Wade creates a conflict of interest that disqualifies the district attorney’s office from prosecuting the case. While Willis’s office has acknowledged the relationship, they maintain that it does not compromise their ability to carry out their duties impartially.

Following a high-profile hearing where testimonies from Willis, Wade, and others were heard, the judge is set to hear arguments next Friday regarding the potential disqualification of prosecutors. Central to this decision is the contested timeline of the romantic involvement between Willis and Wade.

The defense contends that the romantic relationship predates Wade’s appointment as special counsel in the Trump case, while Willis and Wade assert that it began in early 2022 and ended in the summer of 2023. However, the analysis of Wade’s cellphone data suggests a pattern of frequent visits to Willis’s condo prior to November 1, 2021, when Wade officially joined the district attorney’s office.

The report filed by Trump’s team highlights instances where Wade allegedly spent significant amounts of time at Willis’s condo, including late-night visits and extensive communication between the two via phone calls and text messages. This evidence challenges the assertions made by Willis and Wade during their testimonies.

The potential implications of this discrepancy are significant, as it could lead to allegations of perjury if it is determined that they deliberately misled the court. Trump’s lawyer has indicated that the investigator responsible for the cellphone data analysis is willing to testify, underscoring the gravity of the situation.

Judge Scott McAfee has previously stated that if evidence emerges suggesting an actual conflict of interest or the appearance of one, it could result in the disqualification of Willis and Wade from the case. As the legal proceedings unfold, the accuracy of the timeline surrounding their relationship remains a critical point of contention that could ultimately shape the outcome of the historic prosecution.