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WATCH: Judge Walks Out After Fani Willis LOSES IT During Testimony

The Fani Willis evidentiary hearing earlier today was full of intense moments.

First, Willis’ lover Nathan Wade gave his testimony. At one point, he angrily stormed out of the courtroom…

We reported on that here:

Fani Willis’ Lover Storms Out Of Court Room After Shocking Revelations [WATCH HERE]

Later in the afternoon, Fani Willis surprised everyone by taking the stand herself.

She delivered a dramatic testimony...and essentially, made an ass of herself.

At one point, Willis had a meltdown when asked by lawyer Ashleigh Merchant if Nathan Wade had ever visited her "at a place you laid your head."

Willis responded by waving papers in the air and repeating, "IT'S A LIE! IT'S A LIE!"

The judge was so done by this point, he actually called a 5-minute recess and walked out of the courtroom!

That clip went viral on social media.

Take a look:

This wasn't the only heated moment of Willis' testimony.

Instead of sticking to answering questions about her illicit love affair, Fani Willis asserted that she was not the one "on trial" and tried to turn it back around on Trump for "trying to steal an election"...

During her theatrical testimony, Willis was also repeatedly reprimanded by the judge over her hostility.

Forbes broke down some of the highlights from Fani Willis' Thursday testimony:

In her testimony, Willis took questions from attorney Ashleigh Merchant, who represents one of Trump’s co-defendants, saying Merchant’s “interests are contrary to democracy,” adding: “It’s highly offensive when someone tries to implicate that you slept with somebody the first day you met with them.”

Willis confirmed in her testimony she met Wade at a conference in 2019, though Merchant argued the pair started dating “shortly thereafter,” which Willis slammed as “one of your lies”—Wade also admitted to dating Willis in a court filing earlier this month, though he said they only “developed a personal relationship” in 2022, after he was hired.

Willis then slammed Merchant, arguing she is “not on trial,” but that Trump and his co-defendants “are on trial for trying to steal an election in 2020,” adding: “I’m not on trial no matter how hard you try to put me on trial.”

OANN also commented on Willis' time on the witness stand:




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