Individuals in Georgia, including former President Donald Trump, have been summoned to appear at a hearing next month to provide answers regarding allegations against them.
Participated in an inappropriate romantic involvement.
is a former co-executive of the Trump Organization
The subpoenas were issued for Michael Roman, a previous co-executive at the Trump Organization.
In August, Roman was working with Trump and is now trying to get the charges against him dropped. He was in charge of election day operations for Trump’s 2020 campaign and is accused by Fulton County prosecutors of attempting to overturn Georgia’s presidential election, resulting in seven charges.
The initial report of the subpoenas was made by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The office of the district attorney has chosen not to provide a statement.
Presented proof indicating that Nathan Wade had reserved two sets of roundtrip flights for both himself and Willis.
McAfee, the judge
The deadline for Willis’ office to address the accusations was extended until February 2nd. Neither Wade nor she have made any public statements regarding Roman’s accusations, and the district attorney’s office will provide a response in official court documents.
However, at a recent event at the Big Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Willis spoke in support of her decision to hire Wade, citing his excellent qualifications. She did not directly acknowledge the accusations made against them. Willis also mentioned that she enlisted three external attorneys to handle the 2020 election case and compensated them equally.
Recently, Trump joined forces with Roman in an attempt to dismiss the charges and disqualify Willis, the special prosecutor she appointed, and her team.
Initially, Roman was one of 18 individuals accused alongside Trump in a case regarding attempts to overturn the outcome of the previous presidential election. Currently, four of these defendants have agreed to plea deals. Roman has entered a plea of not guilty for all charges.
This report was contributed by Andy Bast.