How Fani Willis' Affair Could Impact Trump Case

 January 16, 2024

It sounds like Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ days may be numbered in terms of leading the Georgia election interference trial of former President Donald Trump.


Willis, who was helping lead the charge in the aforementioned case against Trump, was allegedly having an affair with her subordinate, special prosecutor Nathan Wade.

According to George Washington University professor Johnathan Turley, Willis should be extremely concerned with her future in the Trump trial.

“This is a very serious problem for her. It may not ultimately make a huge difference in the prosecution. It may result in her removal, might actually result in a delay, but it won’t necessarily result in the dismissal of the case against Trump,” said Turley in a recent interview on Fox News' America Reports.

Turley hit the nail on the head.

If these affair allegations are true, which all signs current suggest. Willis made a decision that is going to haunt her for the rest of her time practicing law.

What do you think should happen to Willis?