Fulton Co. District Attorney Fani Willis made a stunning request by asking the court in the Georgia fake elector case to allow her to try all 19 co-defendants, including former President Donald Trump, together beginning Oct. 23.

To date, only attorneys Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell have asked for speedy trials. However, Willis wrote in a document filed Tuesday that separating the defendants would be “improper.”

MSNBC’s Ali Velshi asked legal analyst Glenn Kirschner, “What is the basis of arguing that severance in a case like this is improper?”

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