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How Fani Willis oversaw what might be the most sprawling legal case against Donald Trump


Associated Press

ATLANTA (AP) — Just one month after Donald Trump’s January 2021 phone call to suggest Georgia’s secretary of state could overturn his election loss, district attorney Fani Willis announced she was looking into possibly illegal “attempts to influence” the results. As she built her case, she called a parade of witnesses before a special grand jury, presiding over an investigation that was so public it seemed she would become the first prosecutor in U.S. history to indict a former president. She instead become the third person to levy criminal charges against Trump. But the expected indictment is the most sprawling case against the former president.

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