I’m ‘emotionally torn’ about the case


ATLANTA — A critical witness in a Georgia criminal investigation into Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election said he is “emotionally torn” about the case, fearing that a potential prosecution could end up reinforcing the former president’s status as a “martyr.”

Gabriel Sterling, the chief operations officer for the Georgia secretary of state who angrily denounced Trump’s false claims of election fraud in December 2020, confirmed in an interview with Yahoo News that he met some months ago with two prosecutors and two investigators for Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who grilled him about the state’s election procedures.

“They’re trying to figure out where Trump could think he has a leverage point, a point where he could manipulate the system potentially,” said Sterling.

It was the latest confirmation that Willis’s probe has been…

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