Shock Decision: Judge Allows Trump’s Appeal in Election Interference Case!

A judge in Georgia has granted former President and his co-defendants the immediate right to appeal a recent decision rejecting the disqualification of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis because of her past romantic involvement with a key prosecutor overseeing an election interference case.

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Judge Scott McAfee issued a brief order on Wednesday allowing Trump and his associates to seek prompt review by the Georgia Court of Appeals in their extensive racketeering case. While this appeal progresses, Judge McAfee clarified that he will continue addressing other pretrial motions unrelated to the disqualification issue.

Trump and his allies face charges of racketeering and other crimes stemming from an alleged conspiracy to overturn Joe 's victory in Georgia during the . Trump has pleaded not guilty to these charges as well as those in three other criminal cases.

The defendants seek to remove Willis and her entire office from the case due to her prior romantic relationship with Nathan Wade, a special prosecutor played a significant role in investigating Trump's activities in Georgia.

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