'TRAIN WRECK!': Former Obama-Appointed U.S. Attorney Gives Brutal Analysis of Willis' Testimony

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.16.24

Former U.S. Attorney Michael Moore appeared on CNN This Morning on Friday to share his thoughts on the testimony provided by Fulton County DA Fani Willis and Nathan Wade, the lead prosecutor she hired to prosecute Georgia’s election interference case against former President Trump.

Willis and Wade testified on the nature of their relationship and the possibility that she financially benefited from hiring Wade because of their personal relationship.

Moore says Willis’ testimony was a “train wreck.”

“I think there were things they could have pushed a lot harder on and maybe delved into specifics a little bit more, especially when we’re talking about things as needless as cash payments,” he said.

Moore then declared that Willis’ testimony “just was not credible.” He added, “It reminded me of watching a criminal defendant take the stand. You know, they don’t have to do that. And you see it, and you can tell that the defendant thinks that they’re smarter than everyone in the room.”

“And it just becomes a train wreck. And so that’s sorta how I felt – it just went off the tracks.”

He said, “I thought that there was things that, you know, he was going to her house and visiting her alone some number of times, years before she claims – or a year before they claim they were dating.”

Moore continued, saying, “That strikes me as a little bit odd, I mean, not a big deal, but was she having other – entertaining other members of the prosecution team? No, just him. Nobody was there to see it.”

Watch the clip above.

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