Georgia Prosecutor Met With Biden Officials Before Charging Trump

Georgia special prosecutor Nathan Wade, who is seeking to convict former President Donald Trump on charges of election interference, had meetings scheduled with White House officials before bringing the charges against Trump.

Wade billed Fulton County for eight hours in May 2022 for “Travel to Athens; Conf with White House Counsel” and again in November 2022 for “Interview with DC/White House.” On both occasions, he billed the country $250 per hour for a total of $2,000 per day.

According to the Washington Times, Wade’s invoice for eight hours of work on Nov. 18, 2022, occurred on the same date that Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed Jack Smith as special counsel to investigate Trump‘s alleged involvement in efforts to overturn the 2020 election.”

It is unclear what was discussed at the two meetings.

According to PJ Media, “Trump supporter and constitutional law expert, Mike Davis, is calling for immediate House Judiciary Committee hearings to look into the connections between Joe Biden’s White House and ‘three different prosecutors on these four different indictments against President Trump.’”

Davis believes there is coordination between the White House and it seems that other Republican leadership in the House and Senate do as well.

“We are aware of these damning allegations and are looking into all avenues as to what comes next,” Russell Dye, spokesman for Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, told The Washington Times.

Wade and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis have also been accused of having an inappropriate personal relationship. Michael Roman, one of Trump’s co-defendants in the election interference case, alleged Willis and Wade were involved in a romantic relationship and asked that the two be disqualified from prosecuting the case.

Fulton County records show that Wade has been paid more than $650,000 for his role in the case against Trump.

“It has become increasingly clear that the Biden White House is directing these baseless, political prosecutions against President Trump because they know they cannot beat him fair and square at the ballot box,” MAGA Inc. spokesperson Karoline Leavitt told Fox News Digital in response to the allegations.