Georgia court determines that evidence exists to potentially disqualify DA Fani Willis in Trump election lawsuit

Georgia judge orders televised hearings on whether to disqualify Fulton County DA Fani Willis from Trump election fraud case.

The decision comes after revelations of Willis' romantic affair with the special prosecutor she hired.

Judge Scott McAfee plans at least two days of hearings but warns against smearing reputations with unproven allegations.

McAfee vows to intervene if there are attempts at harassment or undue embarrassment during the hearings.

Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade face potential dismissal from the case.

Both parties had sought to cancel the hearings and avoid testifying.

McAfee emphasizes he has not seen evidence proving the allegations.

The ruling represents a significant setback for Willis and Wade in their defense against disqualification.

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