Watch: MSNBC host warns Trump to avoid traveling after Georgia fake electors granted immunity

Watch: MSNBC host warns Trump to avoid traveling after Georgia fake electors granted immunity
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An MSNBC host is issuing a warning to former President Donald Trump to avoid traveling as the fake electors case in Georgia gains traction.

On Saturday, May 6, MSNBC'S Alex Wagner weighed in with her take on The Washington Post's report published the previous day.

The news outlet reported that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis “told the eight that they will not be charged with crimes if they testify truthfully in her sprawling investigation into efforts by Trump, his campaign and his allies” to the 2020 election results in Georgia that ultimately contributed to President Joe Biden's victory.

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"So I can't imagine this is a great night for Rudy Giuliani," Wagner said as she shared details about the report.

Giuliani, who served as Trump's former attorney, also played a dominant role in his efforts to overturn the election.

"Just last week we got the news that Fani Willis was warning local law enforcement to be on high alert between July 11 and September 1 because she could announce potential indictments. And now this," said Wagner. "If I were Donald Trump, I would make sure all my summer travel plans are refundable."

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