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Controversy Surrounds Alleged White House Meetings in Trump Prosecution: DA’s Relationship with Prosecutor Questioned

A new legal filing has sent shockwaves through the ongoing investigation into former President Donald Trump’s alleged election interference. Documents reviewed by DailyMail.com reveal that Nathan Wade, a prosecutor hired by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis to investigate Trump, had two meetings with the Biden White House during the course of his inquiry.

The revelations, detailed in a court filing by Michael Roman, a co-defendant of Trump in the ‘fake electors scheme,’ cast doubts on the repeated denials by the White House regarding coordination with the Fulton DA’s prosecution.

Wade, appointed as an ‘anti-corruption special prosecutor,’ was reportedly paid $654,000 for his assistance in Willis’ wide-ranging probe into Trump’s alleged efforts to overturn the election.

According to Roman’s filing, Wade’s invoices to the DA included charges for an ‘interview with DC/White House’ for eight hours on November 18, 2022, and another for eight hours, including a ‘conference with White House Counsel’ on May 23, 2022.

Moreover, Roman’s legal papers allege a personal relationship between Willis and Wade, claiming they traveled together to destinations such as Napa Valley, Florida, and even embarked on a Caribbean cruise before Wade was hired. While no documentary evidence was provided for this claim, sources close to both individuals were cited.

Despite the bombshell revelation regarding the alleged relationship, the focus has shifted to Wade’s documented interactions with the White House, which were initially highlighted by the right-wing nonprofit Marco Polo on social media.

Wade reportedly billed a total of $4,000 for his two days of meetings and calls with the White House, as part of his larger fees for working on Willis’ investigation into Trump and his associates.

The White House has yet to respond to requests for comment on the alleged meetings between Wade and administration officials.

Meanwhile, Willis’ office stated they would address Roman’s legal claims through appropriate court filings. The Fulton County DA has previously denied coordinating with federal authorities or pursuing a politically motivated investigation.

The allegations put forth by Roman also reference a sealed divorce filing involving Wade, insinuating a close personal relationship between the prosecutor and Willis beyond professional boundaries. They suggest sightings of the pair together in private and speculate about potential co-habitation.

With ongoing inquiries and mounting controversies surrounding the alleged personal relationship and White House interactions, the investigation into Trump’s alleged election interference has taken a new and contentious turn. DailyMail.com reached out to Willis’ office and Wade for further comment on the matter.

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