Georgia Prosecutor Nathan Wade Issues Warning to Trump: ‘Day of Reckoning Is Coming’

Disgraced Georgia prosecutor Nathan Wade has issued a warning to President Donald Trump that a “day of reckoning is coming.”

Wade made the comments during an appearance on Joy Reid’s anti-Trump propaganda show on MSNBC on Wednesday.

He was responding to Trump’s attacks against himself and his lover, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Wade was removed from Willis’s anti-Trump case after it emerged that the two prosecutors were spending taxpayer money to fund their inappropriate affair.

“There’s something special about individuals who say things just for attention or just to get a reaction,” Wade said about Trump on “The Reid Out.”

“My reaction is simply this: thank you.”

Trump called DA Willis “Fani Wade” because of the affair she had with Wade.

He also mocked Willis for hiring inexperienced Wade, who Trump said “had never done this before.”

Reid asked Wade if he believed the Georgia election interference case against Trump would go to trial.

He responded by warning Trump, “That day of reckoning is coming.”

“I do not believe that it’ll go before the election, the court of appeals, they have a job to do, when that’ll happen I don’t know,” he said.

“I’m certainly not trying to opine as to what they’ll tell you.”

Reid pressed Wade on what he believed might be the strongest piece of evidence against Trump.

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“I am not going to tell you that,” he responded, adding that he and Willis remain friends.

Wade was spotted at the DA’s victory party in Georgia on Tuesday after she won the Democrat primary for her re-election as Fulton County district attorney.

He told Reid Willis is “the only other person on the planet who knows what I’m going through, and I know what she is going through.

“We communicate daily.”

“You know, during the course of the prosecution, when I was part of the team, we talked all the time, but we talked about the case,” Wade continued.

“It was about business,” he claimed.

“Now there has been a shift in the communication, and it is more about, ‘hey, how are you handling the pressure’ or ‘is your family okay?'”

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Wade previously spoke to ABC News’ Linsey Davis in his first media interview since resigning from the Georgia election interference case against Trump in March.

“Workplace romances are as American as apple pie,” Wade said in early May.

“It happens to everyone.

“But it happened to the two of us.”

Wade resigned from the case after Fulton County Superior Judge Scott McAfee ruled that either Willis or Wade had to remove themselves from the prosecution.

Willis was accused of having an “improper” affair with Wade.

She hired Wade in 2021 despite his lack of experience in such as case.

She also paid him, with taxpayer money, above the going rate.

Willis and Wade claim their relationship began in 2022.

However, witnesses testified that the relationship started before Willis hired Wade.

Wade claims their relationship ended in the summer of 2023 but they remained friends.

READ MORE – Fani Willis Tells MSNBC Jim Jordan Is a ‘Clown’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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