Fani’s flame Nathan Wade is stopped cold when his media consultant barges into CNN interview

An interview with disgraced former Special Prosecutor Nathan Wade turned weird Wednesday when he was asked about his relationship with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Wade began to reply after CNN host Kaitlan Collins asked him to pinpoint the start of his romantic relationship with Willis when suddenly his media consultant barged in on the scene and pulled him aside.


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The two then held a quiet powwow in a corner before Wade returned to his seat and the interview continued, at which point Collins reiterated the very question that had sparked the scene above seconds earlier.

“Just to revisit the question. It was to clarify when the romantic relationship started and when it ended,” she said.

And evidently, this time Wade was prepared with a non-answer avoiding the question.

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


Why was this even relevant? Because a former friend and co-worker of Willis testified in February that her relationship with Wade began years before the two started working together in November of 2021.

Robin Yeartie’s testimony directly contradicts statements from Willis and Wade that their personal relationship didn’t begin until after Wade was hired in November 2021,” the Associated Press reported at the time.

“In a court filing earlier this month, Willis and Wade acknowledged a ‘personal relationship’ but said it had not resulted in any direct or indirect financial benefit to the district attorney. In a sworn statement attached to the filing, Wade said the relationship began in 2022 after he was hired as special prosecutor, and that he and Willis shared travel expenses and never lived together,” the report continued.

In other words, it’s clear Willis and Wade lied. This lie has many convinced that both of them deserve to be prosecuted, not former President Donald Trump:

Yet to hear Wade tell it, Trump is the REAL bad guy who deserves to be prosecuted and jailed immediately. Indeed, during the interview, he predicted that Trump will be tried in Georgia even if he wins reelection in November.

When asked by Collins whether it’s even possible to put him on trial while he’s president, Wade replied, “I do believe that he can.”

“I don’t believe that it looks good to the rest of the world, but certainly I don’t think that there’s anything that would prevent that from happening. If he wins the election, then certainly there are lawyers out there who will be charged with figuring out that issue, maneuvering around it,” he added.

Regarding his affair with Willis, Wade refused to admit that the affair screwed up her case against the former president.

“I don’t believe my actions played a role at all,” he said. “I believe in the indictment. Certainly, I would never have done anything that would have jeopardized that work. I do think the timing of the personal relationship I had was bad.”

“This prosecution has nothing to do with the voters and their opinion as to whether or not this indictment is proper or not proper. It has everything to do with the rule of law,” he added.

Trump and his allies staunchly disagree and have portrayed this prosecution as yet another politically motivated sham designed to hurt his chances of reelection. As proof, they’ve pointed to the way Willis had literally campaigned on prosecuting him.

“So, the Witch Hunt continues! 19 people Indicated tonight, including the former President of the United States, me, by an out of control and very corrupt District Attorney who campaigned and raised money on, ‘I will get Trump,'” he wrote in a Truth Social post last August.

“And what about those Indictment Documents put out today, long before the Grand Jury even voted, and then quickly withdrawn? Sounds Rigged to me! Why didn’t they Indict 2.5 years ago? Because they wanted to do it right in the middle of my political campaign. Witch Hunt!” he added.

Vivek Saxena


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