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Why is the Georgia prosector meeting with the White House?

Ok, Papa Bear is a jackass. But his three-minute analysis cuts through the crap and is fascinating (at least to me). The story isn't the sordid affair between the DA and her hired prosector, rather it's the collusion with the Biden White House.

For those of us who dislike Trump, we also disliked the FBI, Clintons and DNC trying to engineer the Russiagate Scandal. Ergo, we can vote for ourselves we don't need you to vote for us.

Likewise, why is the Biden White House colluding with the Georgia prosecutor to keep Mr. Mean off the ballot? Of course, I'm just kidding. The prosecutor's 16 hours of billed meeting with Team Biden were to discuss the color of the White House China.

Fani Willis' Prosecutor Meeting White House Counsel Raises Questions

Jan 09, 2024

By James Bickerton

Newsweek Magazine

There are calls for the White House to reveal details of two 2022 meetings that reportedly took place between its employees and Nathan Wade. He is a special prosecutor working on Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' Georgia election-interference case, which was brought against Donald Trump and 18 other defendants.

The meetings were revealed in a 127-page filing from Michael Roman, another of those charged, seeking to get the case thrown out on the basis that Willis "never had legal authority to appoint the special prosecutor." The document also alleges Wade and Willis were involved in a "clandestine personal relationship during the pendency of this case," which saw both profit "at the expense of the taxpayers." These claims have not been independently verified by Newsweek.

Trump was indicted in the Georgia case in August 2023 on 13 separate criminal charges. The former president, and other defendants, are accused of having broken the law whilst attempting to overturn Joe Biden's 2020 presidential election victory in the state. Trump has pled not guilty to all charges and insists the case against him is politically motivated.

The filings from Roman's case include a bill sent from Wade to the Fulton County district attorney's office requesting two payments of $2,000 for separate occasions, under the project title "anti-corruption special prosecutor."

The first, on May 23, 2022, is labeled "travel to Athens: Conf[erence] with White House Counsel," for which Wade charged $2,000 for eight hours' work. The bill read that Wade also had an "interview with DC/White House" on November 18, 2022 for which he also billed $8,000 at a rate of $250 per hour.

Newsweek reached out on Tuesday to the White House press office by email and to the Wade & Campbell Firm, for which Wade works, by telephone and online contact form for comment.

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