Ep. 731 Fani Willis ‘Real Housewives’ Drama, and Donald Trump’s South Carolina Primary Victory

Megyn is joined by Phil Holloway, founder of Holloway Law Group, to discuss Nathan Wade’s former law partner and divorce attorney meeting with the judge in the Fani Willis case, the key element of the Terrance Bradley texts and what they could show, the relevance of attorney-client privilege, what will happen on Friday during the next hearing, Willis’ attempts to counter the phone evidence related to the Wade affair allegations, how the Trump legal team is pushing on the issue, why Willis’ emails as Fulton County district attorney could be important evidence in this case, and more.

Then, Emily Jashinsky, culture editor for The Federalist, and Eliana Johnson, editor of The Washington Free Beacon, join to discuss Willis and the “Real Housewives”-type drama in this case, how former President Donald Trump’s political enemies start acting like the person they hate, New York Attorney General Letitia James’ “ghoulish” celebration of the Trump civil fraud verdict, Trump appealing the ruling, Trump’s victory in the South Carolina primary, Nikki Haley staying in the race, the nursing student murdered by an illegal migrant with a criminal record in Georgia, the outrageous consequences of President Joe Biden’s border policies, how the corporate media is burying this story, Biden’s sex life, the nuances to the Alabama IVF story, and more.