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Former Special Prosecutor Nathan Wade Discusses Workplace Romance with Fulton County DA Fani Willis

Former Georgia special prosecutor Nathan Wade has spoken out about his romantic relationship with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, describing it as 'American as apple pie.' Wade, who resigned from the Georgia election interference case against former President Trump in March, expressed regret that their relationship became the focus of the case. Willis has also commented on the situation, stating that she doesn't feel her reputation has been tarnished. The case was upended after their relationship was revealed, leading to allegations of impropriety.

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Sources: - https://thehill.com/regulation/court-battles/4645896-nathan-wade-fani-willis-romance/ - https://www.foxnews.com/media/nathan-wade-speaks-out-workplace-romance-fulton-county-da-fani-willis-american-apple-pie

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GalinaStrigaleva

1 month ago

Love in the workspace can sure complicate things, but it's their private matter at the end of the day. I just hope the case's integrity remains intact and justice is served without any bias.

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CalcioCapsid09

1 month ago

It's always complex when personal relationships intersect with professional roles. Hope everything gets sorted out fairly for all involved.

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