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Former President Trump hired a private investigator to map the phone records of Special Prosecutor Nathan Wade.

The data includes 2,000 phone calls and nearly 10,000 text messages between Fulton County DA Fani Willis and Wade in 2021.

Using a cellular geo-mapping and analysis program called CellHawk, the PI mapped Wade’s phone data. The heat map shows most of the calls were made in the evening hours.

The analysis appears to show Willis and Wade communicating extensively before their romantic relationship began, according to reports.

The calls and texts transpired in 2021 before and after Willis hired Wade to prosecute Trump for election interference.

Trump’s attorneys Steve Sadow and Jennifer Little submitted Wade’s phone records to the Fulton County Superior Court on Friday.

During a disqualification hearing earlier this month, both Willis and Wade said their relationship began in 2022.

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In sworn testimony on Feb. 15, Willis said she and Wade were not intimate until after she hired him as special prosecutor on November 1, 2021.

She claimed their relationship ended in August 2023.

However, the phone data shows what appear to be late night hook-ups prior to Wade’s hiring.

Geofence data shows Wade calling or texting Willis before arriving at her condo and staying overnight at her condo least 35 times.

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In one instance, Wade’s phone data shows him traveling to Willis’ condo at 10:45 p.m. on September 11, 2021. He then left the condo at approximately 4:05 a.m. on Sept. 12, 2021.

In court, Sadow specifically questioned Wade about his visits to Willis’ condo prior to November 1, 2021.

Wade recalled that he visited Willis to show her documents he’d received. He insisted he visited her condo less than 10 times in 2021.

However, phone records show Wade visited Willis at her condo at least 35 times.

Willis indicted Trump and 18 others on RICO charges for trying to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.

Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee has not yet ruled on a motion to disqualify Willis and Wade from Trump’s case.