Former President Donald Trump on Thursday filed a motion in his Georgia 2020 election subversion case to “adopt and supplement” a request by a co-defendant to disqualify Fulton County prosecutors and dismiss the indictment over an alleged “improper” relationship.
Trump’s lawyers filed their motion telling Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee that the former president is adopting co-defendant Mike Roman’s Jan. 8 motion that alleged “an improper intimate personal relationship” between District Attorney Fani Willis and her hired special prosecutor Nathan Wade. The motion claimed that “taxpayer monies were used by Wade to take the DA on lavish vacations.”
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis speaks at the Big Bethel AME Church, where she was invited as a guest speaker on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2024, in Atlanta. (Miguel Martinez/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)
In a court filing earlier this month, Roman