The judge presiding over the Fulton County Superior Court, Scott McAfee, has announced that he will hold a hearing on Thursday to review a motion made by a co-defendant of Trump. The motion requests the disqualification of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and her team from handling the 2020 election interference case in Georgia, as well as dropping all charges against him.
Nathan, who is a special prosecutor,
The D.A.’s office paid him over $650,000 for his services, and he later profited from the relationship by allegedly taking her on cruises and trips.
The judge in charge of the Trump election meddling trial, Scott McAfee, rejected the request to dismiss subpoenas for witnesses Willis and Wade to testify on Thursday. However, it is uncertain if they will actually be required to testify. McAfee stated that he will make a decision on this matter once the hearing progresses further on Thursday.
Four of the 19 individuals facing charges have admitted guilt, including three attorneys who were involved in the attempt to undermine the Georgia election. Trump and the remaining defendants have declared their innocence.