Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, a Georgia prosecutor, has indicated she is likely to seek criminal charges soon in a two-year election subversion investigation. Willis, a Democrat, hasn't mentioned Donald Trump by name but her comments hint at the possibility of charges in an investigation tied to the former Republican president's call with Georgia's secretary of state. This is the first time a prosecutor in any of the current investigations connected to Trump has suggested charges could be coming. The Georgia investigation may conclude before ongoing federal probes and experts say Willis' comments imply that the special grand jury's report details people who should be further investigated. Trump maintains he did "absolutely nothing wrong" in the call with Georgia's Secretary of State.