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House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan has issued a subpoena to District Attorney Fani Willis of Fulton County, Georgia, seeking documents related to allegations that Willis fired a whistleblower who raised concerns about the misuse of federal funds by a top campaign aide. Jordan and House Republicans are investigating whether Willis used federal funds in her investigation into former President Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn Georgia’s 2020 presidential election results.
The subpoena calls for documents related to the district attorney’s office’s receipt and use of federal funds and any allegations of misuse. Willis’ office has criticized Jordan’s requests, stating that Congress has no constitutional basis to interfere in a state criminal matter. The move comes amid broader scrutiny of Willis in connection with her prosecution of Trump, with a co-defendant alleging improper benefits related to the hiring of an outside attorney believed to be Willis’ romantic partner.