Trump’s state of mind central to Fulton DA’s investigation

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“Whatever somebody may think about what was in the president’s head, there is a not unreasonable argument that the president believed a certain set of facts that were favorable to him about the outcome of the election,” said Brandon Bullard, an Atlanta-based appellate attorney and former public defender.

Neither Willis nor a spokesman for Trump returned requests for comment. Willis, a Democrat elected in Nov. 2020, previously said that politics played no role in her decision to launch the probe and that she does not have “any predetermined opinions” about whether a prosecution will occur.

“I take no pleasure in this, and that’s what I want people to understand,” the veteran prosecutor told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in February.

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1/4/21 – Dalton, GA – President Donald Trump holds a rally in Dalton, GA, to campaign for Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler…

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