Trump’s Entire Legal Case Is Compromised

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – On Tuesday, former President Donald Trump insisted that the election interference case filed against him and his 18 coo-defendants in Georgia needed to be dismissed following one of his co-defendants’ recent filing which alleges that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (D) has engaged in improper behavior.

Following a hearing in Washington, D.C., which is examining Trump’s presidential immunity argument in a federal election interference case, Trump noted that there had been a big event in Georgia as it had been shown that the district attorney that had brought the case against him was “compromised.” He added that Willis was “out of her mind” and that they had gone after almost 20 people.

Trump proceeded to argue that what she had done was illegal and that it would be up to the state to handle this “sad situation.”

Philadelphia-based political operative Mike Roman made a court filing on Monday in which he claimed that Willis and one of the case’s top prosecutors were involved in an “improper” romantic relationship and that the indictment was “fatally defective.”

However, despite his claims Roman failed to provide any hard evidence that proves his allegations. Instead, his lawyer, Ashley Merchant claimed that “sources close” to Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade had disclosed that the two were involved in a romantic relationship.

For months Trump’s campaign had blasted Willis over the indictment and claimed that she was a radical political operative that is aiming to interfere with the 2024 presidential election through this indictment.

Copyright 2024,