March 6, 2024 – White House visitor logs show Fani Willis visited Kamala Harris’ VP Resident (VPR). a month after her grand jury investigation of Trump ends, and prior to Trump’s indictment

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(Timeline editor’s note: The White House log that appeared during the recent Georgia Senate hearing with Ashleigh Merchant,  it clearly shows the event Fani Willis attended on February 28, 2023, occurred at Kamala Harris’ VP residence (VPR), not the White House as Ashleigh Merchant stated.  Details of the event are below.)

The Georgia State Senate Special Committee on Investigations Wednesday morning heard testimony from Trump RICO co-defendant Michael Roman’s attorney, Ashleigh Merchant.

(…) Merchant testified on her conversations with Nathan Wade’s former law partner and divorce attorney Terrence Bradley.

Merchant testified that Fani Willis indeed visited the Biden White House and met with Kamala Harris prior to the Trump RICO indictment.

According to publicly available records, Fani Willis visited the White House and met with Kamala Harris in February 2023 – several months before the Trump RICO indictment.

Copy of WH log presented to the Senate Committee.

Merchant testified to this on Wednesday.


Fani Willis previously testified that she did not visit the White House when she traveled to DC.


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The event Fani Willis most likely attended, a month after her grand jury investigation of Trump ends:

The invitation-only celebration was held at the private residence of Harris and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff.

In honor of Black History Month and in keeping with the theme of celebrating Black excellence, Vice President Kamala Harris and Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff hosted trailblazing Black leaders at their private residence last month.

In collaboration with BET, Harris and Emhoff opened the door to their home on the evening of February 28 to honor a group of emerging, young Black leaders who are making impactful changes in several industries throughout the country. Harris spoke to more than 400 guests at the event about the importance of Black History Month and the responsibility of each generation to carry forward the “baton.”

Vice President Kamala Harris and BET Honor Young Black Trailblazers During Black History Month