Prosecutor in Trump Case Carries Handgun Amidst Explosive Fani Willis Affair Claims

Nathan Wade, the special prosecutor handling the election interference case against Donald Trump in Georgia, did not explicitly deny an alleged affair with his boss, Fani Willis, when seen on Thursday after the scandalous claims emerged.

While openly carrying a handgun, Wade declined to confirm or deny when questioned by The Post about using the $654,000 earned from the Trump case for extravagant trips with Willis. Willis, the Fulton County District Attorney who pressed charges against the former president and 18 co-defendants, had appointed Wade, her purported secret lover and a private attorney from the Atlanta-based Wade & Campbell Firm, to oversee the case in late 2021.

On Thursday, the special prosecutor arrived at his law office outside Atlanta in a silver Audi A8 L 4.2 Quattro, valued at over $100,000 when new, around 1:45 p.m.

In a stylish cobalt suit, he strolled from the upscale car towards the office, opting not to provide any comments on the reported affair.

“Absolutely not,” he sharply replied when questioned about his willingness to answer any queries. Shortly after, Wade exited the building, visibly carrying a gun in one hand.

Georgia allows open carry without a permit, and there is no implication by The Post that Wade engaged in any misconduct.

Co-prosecutors faced accusations of an “improper” and “clandestine” relationship, as asserted in a striking motion filed on Monday by Michael Roman, one of the 18 co-defendants in Willis’ Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) investigation against Trump.

“Willis and Wade have engaged in a personal relationship both before and after Willis appointed Wade as the special prosecutor in the instant case,” the motion states.

“Willis and Wade were romantically involved prior to Willis awarding a contract for legal services with Wade. It is not entirely clear when the relationship began, but it began while Wade was married.”

In November 2021, Wade initiated divorce proceedings with his wife, Joycelyn, concluding a 26-year marriage — coinciding with the commencement of his role at the Fulton County DA’s office.

On Wednesday, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene lodged a criminal misconduct complaint against Willis, echoing concerns that Willis might have gained financial advantages by appointing her purported lover as the special prosecutor.