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As newly elected Fulton County District AttorneyFani Willis launches a wide-ranging investigation into former President Trump, some constituents worry the nationally watched probe will distract her attention from local issues like crime and corruption.

Republicans in the Georgia Senate are floating a constitutional amendment that could impact the Fulton County District Attorney's office investigation into former President Trump and Sen. Lindsey Graham.​

Republicans in the Georgia Senate are floating a constitutional amendment that could impact the Fulton County District Attorney's office investigation into former President Trump and Sen. Lindsey Graham.​

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis plans to examine a call between U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger as part of a far-reaching criminal investigation into whether former President Trump broke Georgia laws.

“Anything that is relevant to attempts to interfere with the Georgia election will be subject to review," said Fani T. Willis, the new district attorney of Fulton County, who opened an inquiry into Donald Trump's pressure campaign on the state's officials

“Anything that is relevant to attempts to interfere with the Georgia election will be subject to review," said Fani T. Willis, the new district attorney of Fulton County, who opened an inquiry into Donald Trump's pressure campaign on the state's officials

“Anything that is relevant to attempts to interfere with the Georgia election will be subject to review," said Fani T. Willis, the new district attorney of Fulton County, who opened an inquiry into Donald Trump's pressure campaign on the state's officials

“Anything that is relevant to attempts to interfere with the Georgia election will be subject to review," said Fani T. Willis, the new district attorney of Fulton County, who opened an inquiry into Donald Trump's pressure campaign on the state's officials

The next time Trump will hear the words NOT GUILTY will be when he enters his plea in Fulton County, Georgia. The next time he'll hear the word GUILTY is when the jury's verdict is announced.

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A Fulton County prosecutor opens a criminal investigation into Trump's controversial phone call about the election with Georgia's secretary of state

Ok, having now watched Fulton County D.A. Fani Willis talk with Rachel, I'm thinking Donald Trump is going to need to get himself a real lawyer. And, like, actually pay them. #Maddow 

Fulton County, GA, District Attorney Fani Willis says, of Trump’s call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, she will “enforce the law without fear of favor" and "anyone who commits a felony violation of Georgia law in my jurisdiction will be held accountable."

The possibility of Fulton County — the late JohnLewis’ district — swinging Georgia away from Donald Trump in this election would indeed be poetry, as @jmeacham  has noted. My 2019 interview, in which Lewis spoke his mind about Trump and why he needs to go.

It wasn’t populous Fulton or DeKalb counties that pushed Joe Biden ahead in Georgia. It was Clayton, the area long represented by John Lewis, the late civil rights icon. @bluestein  on how the heart of Lewis’ district dealt a blow to President Trump:

Trump's lead in Georgia now under 10,000 votes, mainly after mail-in ballots from Fulton. Clayton and Chatham absentees alone ought to cover the rest of the difference

Trump’s lead in Georgia is now just 18,500 votes after Fulton reports more returns

In Georgia, most (~70k) of the outstanding votes (~107k) are from three counties Biden is winning handily: ~37k from Fulton: (Biden w 72%) ~17k from Cobb: (Biden w 56%) ~17k DeKalb: (Biden w 83%) Biden needs 64% overall to erase Trump's 39k vote lead.

BREAKING: The Trump administration is siding with a taxpayer-funded agency seeking a constitutional right to turn away same-sex couples and others who fail to meet the agency’s religious criteria. The case, Fulton v. Philadelphia, will be heard by the Supreme Court this fall.

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