Trump Slams Fani Willis for Funding Affair with ‘Her Lover’ Wade Using Taxpayer Cash: ‘Paid for by the People of Georgia’

President Donald Trump has issued a fiery statement over allegations that Georgia’s Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis funded her improper relationship with Special Prosecutor Nathan Wade using taxpayer money.

The decision of whether or not to disqualify Willis and Wade from the criminal prosecution of Trump and others over alleged appearances of impropriety and conflicts of interest is now in the hands of the presiding Judge Scott McAfee.

In a fiery social media post, Trump reiterated his demand that Willis and Wade be disqualified and the underlying charges against him be dropped.

Trump called out the prosecutors over their revealed “sexcapades” and questioned the integrity of her claim that she repaid her “lover” for everything with cash, The Hill reported.

The post took issue with the incredulous rebuttals from Willis to allegations first raised in January by co-defendant Michael Romans.

Romans accused Willis of improperly hiring Wade, with whom she had an undisclosed romantic relationship.

Trump also called out the pair for improperly benefiting financially from the taxpayer-funded arrangement.

In a Truth Social post on Saturday morning, Trump wrote:

“WHERE DID FANI GET ALL THAT CASH? NO WAY SHE PAID HER LOVER, ‘PROSECUTOR’ NATHAN WADE, BACK.

“SHE MADE UP THE CASH STORY WHEN SHE REALIZED THAT HER ‘SEXCAPADES’ WERE PAID FOR BY THE PEOPLE OF GEORGIA.”

“AGAIN, WHERE’S THE CASH, AND WHERE DID IT COME FROM?” he continued.

“THE FACT IS, THERE WAS NO CASH PAID, THAT WAS JUST AN EXCUSE SHE MADE UP AFTER SHE GOT CAUGHT.

“THE CASE CAN’T BE CLOSED UNTIL THIS IS DETERMINED.”

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“In any event, they were lovers and friends long before this Witch Hunt was started,” Trump added.

“THEY WANTED MONEY AND FAME!”

“Worked with Biden’s DOJ (spent days with them in D.C.) in going after Crooked Joe’s Opponent, ME. Terrible stuff!

“THIS CASE MUST BE DROPPED — A GREAT EMBARRASSMENT TO GEORGIA!”

Among the allegations against the get-Trump prosecutors used taxpayer money to pay for numerous vacations for the pair, including cruise ship tickets plus travel and lodging expenses on multiple occasions.

Wade paid for the trips with a credit card and then billed taxpayers for the expenses.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that DA Willis, in response to the allegations that she improperly benefited financially from her relationship with Wade, asserted during a mid-February evidentiary hearing that she had reimbursed him for everything with cash.

Wade testified to the same thing when he faced questioning, and attributed the purported habit to her “independent, strong woman thing.”

Meanwhile, Willis further asserted more broadly that she paid for virtually everything with cash as a normal routine.

Of course, there are no receipts for any of the alleged cash reimbursements from Willis to Wade.

Even some of the prosecutor’s own supporters, to say nothing of her critics, have expressed some disbelief about her dubious and unverifiable cash repayment claims.

Primarily at issue in all of this, according to a CBS News report on Friday’s closing arguments in Judge McAfee’s courtroom, is the question of when the now-admitted romantic relationship between DA Willis and Wade actually began.

They both testified under oath that it didn’t start until after she hired him to work on the Trump case in November 2021.

However, per the defense attorneys, and citing testimony from former friends of the two prosecutors plus Wade’s cellphone records, the duo began dating long before Willis hired Wade, potentially as far back as 2019.

If true, the evidence would suggest that both committed perjury by lying under oath.

After Friday’s proceedings, Judge McAfee said he would render a decision within two weeks on whether or not to disqualify Willis, Wade, and the entire Fulton County DA’s Office from the case.

If that occurs, the underlying charges wouldn’t be dismissed, but rather the case would likely be shifted to another prosecutor in another county to pick up and continue.

As Slay News reported, legal experts say the timeline specified by the judge suggests he plans to remove them both from the case.

As for the final accusation in his Truth Social post, Trump said that DA Willis and Wade were working with President Joe Biden’s Justice Department as part of the broader politically motivated “witch hunt” against him,

Fox News reported in January that Wade’s own billings with the Fulton County DA’s Office support that notion of a state-federal cooperative effort.

On at least two occasions in 2022, well before the criminal indictment was issued in August 2023, Wade billed the county for meetings he held with White House lawyers.

While the exact subject of those discussions remains unknown, it is not a stretch to suspect it likely involved the case against Trump and could have involved some measure of coordination with the federal efforts to prosecute the 45th president for similar alleged criminal conduct following the 2020 election.

READ MORE – Georgia Judge McAfee Suggests DA Fani Willis to Be Disqualified from Trump Case

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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