“This Case Is Over” – Trump Makes Bold Declaration After a Recent Court Hearing

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According to a report by Raw Story on Wednesday, February 28, 2024, former President Donald Trump made bold claims of exoneration in his Georgia criminal case following a recent hearing.

Trump, taking to his social media platform Truth Social, asserted that the case against him was effectively over due to revelations about the relationship between Fulton County special prosecutor Nathan Wade and district attorney Fani Willis.

“The fact that Fani Willis and ‘Lover’ Wade unquestionably started their relationship BEFORE the beginning of their FAKE case that was brought against me and many others, would unequivocally mean, according to virtually all legal experts and scholars, THAT THIS CASE IS OVER!” Trump posted on Truth Social.

The crux of Trump’s assertion hinged on the timeline of the relationship between Wade and Willis. Terrence Bradley, a former law partner of Nathan Wade, was brought back to the stand during the hearing.

Bradley’s testimony was pivotal as it addressed speculations about the commencement of Wade and Willis’s relationship.

During the hearing, Trump’s attorney, Steve Sadow, grilled Bradley about his previous statements regarding the timeline of the relationship.

Bradley had previously communicated to Ashleigh Merchant, an attorney representing one of Trump’s co-defendants, that Wade and Willis had been involved romantically since late 2019.

However, during his testimony, Bradley claimed uncertainty about the exact start date of the relationship, suggesting that his earlier statements were speculative.

Sadow pressed Bradley on his apparent reluctance to provide concrete information about the relationship’s timeline, insinuating that Bradley was intentionally avoiding divulging pertinent details.

“Why in the heck would you speculate?” asked Trump attorney Steve Sadow at the hearing.

Despite Bradley’s insistence on uncertainty, Sadow implied that Bradley possessed knowledge of the relationship’s timeline but was hesitant to disclose it in court.

“Except for the fact that you do, in fact, know when it started, and you don’t want to testify to that in court. That’s the best explanation,” Sadow said. “That’s the true explanation. Because you don’t want to admit it in court, correct?”

Trump seized upon Bradley’s testimony as grounds for the removal of Willis and Wade from the case. Such a decision, if upheld by Fulton County Judge Scott McAfee, could potentially lead to significant delays in the prosecution or even result in its dismissal.

Bradley, who also served as Wade’s divorce attorney, admitted to having limited recollection of conversations pertaining to Wade’s relationship with Willis.

He recalled a single instance where Wade mentioned being in a relationship with Willis but struggled to provide specifics such as the date or whether it occurred before Wade’s appointment to investigate the Trump case in November 2021.

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