DA must step aside or remove prosecutor in Trump Georgia election interference case: judge

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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis must step aside from the Georgia election interference case against Donald Trump or remove the special prosecutor with whom she had a romantic relationship before the case can proceed, the judge overseeing it ruled on Friday.

Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee did not find that Willis’s relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade amounted to a conflict of interest that should disqualify her from one of four criminal cases against the former Republican president.

However, the judge said, it created an “appearance of impropriety” that infected the prosecution team, and he questioned the truthfulness of

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