Judge rules Fani Willis can stay on Trump's Georgia election case

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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis can stay on and prosecute the Georgia 2020 election interference racketeering case, a judge ruled Friday — but not without admonishing Willis for “making bad choices” in her relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade, and criticizing her fiery testimony last month as “unprofessional.”

Former US Attorney Michael J. Moore told CNN that Willis emerges from the ruling potentially facing headwinds in arguing before Judge Scott McAfee going forward.

“The judge’s order, while allowing the DA to remain on the case (provided she removes Wade), is in no way an exoneration of the DA’s conduct,” Moore said.

“No lawyer wants to have a judge find that their sworn statements made in

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