Trump prosecutor cuts CNN interview short after being asked one incriminating question

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The witch hunt against Donald Trump is picking up steam. But now one fell flat on its face.

And this Trump prosecutor cut a CNN interview short after being asked one incriminating question.

There is far too much corruption in politics in this country.

It isn’t about doing what’s right for this country and its citizens.

It isn’t about bringing bad people to justice and celebrating the good ones.

It’s all about who you know and how they’re willing to help you.

And unfortunately for Trump, he rocked the boat too much with his America first policies and made plenty of enemies.

But now those enemies are being exposed from the least likely sources.

When asked when his relationship with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis began, former Donald Trump prosecutor Nathan Wade stood up and walked out of a live CNN interview.

Wade resigned from his position in the Georgia election interference case against former President Donald Trump in March after it was discovered that he and Willis were in a relationship.

His resignation occurred after Judge Scott McAfee ordered that either Wade or Willis must leave the case for the prosecution to proceed.

Willis faced possible disqualification from her case against Trump because of claims that she misused taxpayer funds and favored Wade.

When asked by CNN’s Kaitlan Collins what his current relationship is like with Willis, Wade replied:

Just as outlined earlier, we are great friends. We speak regularly. The conversation has changed, though. Whereas before, we were — our conversations were about this case, you can — I’m sure you can imagine and appreciate the amount of time that it takes that you have to pour into a case trying — a case of this magnitude, trying to prosecute those defendants. But our conversations have shifted to, ‘How are you? How are you handling the threats that are coming your way? Are you being safe?’ And democracy will — the case will live on kind of thing.

Collins then asked him to specify when his “romantic relationship” with Willis began.

“Yes, so we get into — there’s been this effort to say that, OK, these exact dates are at issue and these exact dates are — I’m getting — I’m getting signaled here,” he said.

Wade’s team approached him, removed his microphone, huddled him in the corner of the room, and spoke with him for a while before he returned to finish the interview.

“So, I believe that the public has through — through the testimony and other interviews, the public has a clear snapshot that this is clearly just a distraction,” he responded afterwards.

“It is not a relevant issue in this case. And I think that we should be focusing on more of the facts and the indictment of the case.”


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