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GOP Congressman Jim Jordan has criticized Fulton County, Georgia, District Attorney Fani Willis for scheduling the trial regarding the prosecution of former President Trump to commence on March 4th, 2024. This date is Super Tuesday and just a week before the Georgia presidential primary. Jordan’s criticism stems from the timing of the trial, suggesting that it raises suspicions about the DA’s motivations. He highlighted that the DA waited over two years to charge Trump, choosing a moment that could potentially inflict the most damage on his 2024 presidential campaign.

Jordan, who chairs the House Judiciary Committee, brought attention to the fact that the DA initiated an investigation into Trump in February 2021 but did not file charges until two and a half years later when the Republican presidential nomination race was in full swing. Jordan raised concerns about the DA’s impartiality, noting that she launched a campaign fundraising website just four days before the indictment, showcasing her investigation into Trump.

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Additionally, Jordan pointed out that a Fulton County court had disqualified the DA from targeting Georgia Lieutenant Governor Burt Jones in her probe due to her past support for his Democratic opponent.

In response to these concerns, Jordan has initiated an investigation into the actions of the District Attorney. He questions the apparent political timing of the trial and whether partisan motives influence it. The letter strongly critiques the DA’s actions and prompts further examination into the circumstances surrounding the trial. It remains to be seen how this investigation will unfold and its implications for the legal proceedings involving former President Trump.