ATLANTA — Two more high-profile witnesses are expected to testify Tuesday in front of the special purpose grand jury looking into potential witness tampering in the 2020 election.
United States Senator Lindsey Graham and the former national security advisor to former President Donald Trump, Michael Flynn, were expected to testify Tuesday.
This comes as Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis told Channel 2′s Dave Huddleston that she expects the grand jury to wrap up by the end of the year for her special grand jury probe into former President Trump.
When Willis’ special grand jury probe takes place, it will decide if she should move forward with another grand jury to determine if there should be possible charges against the former president for election tampering.
Tuesday, South Carolina U.S. Senator Graham arrived at the Fulton County Courthouse.
Grahm and Flynn are being questioned for their role in allegedly trying to overturn and compromise Georgia elections officials during the 2020 presidential race.
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Graham has been fighting against coming to Georgia to testify, saying he was just doing his work as a senator.
But Willis has insisted he come and testify, and the courts agreed with her, forcing the senator to come to Atlanta.
Willis has told Huddleston that she will follow the investigation wherever it leads.
Flynn was ordered to testify after a 2020 White House meeting, where he allegedly commented about overturning the presidential election.
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