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Trump Benefits from Historic Never Surrender Mugshot Merchandise After Surrendering: Live

Donald Trump has been arrested for the fourth time

donald trump is already trying to capitalize on his historic mugshot by asking his followers to spend $34 on a t-shirt with his booking photo and the slogan “never give up” — despite having just surrendered to authorities.

Less than two hours after his arrest Thursday, the Trump campaign sent out an email banning the merchandise.

Mr Trump also shared his scowling mug shot – and a link to his campaign website – in a post on X, formerly known as TwitterThis was his first return to the social platform since being banned in the wake of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots.

Mr Trump was booked and released from prison Fulton County jail clean Atlanta after turning himself in to authorities on 13 counts of trying to overturn the 2020 presidential election Georgia. His booking photo represents a current or alumni for the first and only time president was forced into a mugshot.

The last two of the 18 co-defendants charged alongside the former president, Trevian Kutti and Stephen Lee, turned themselves in on Friday morning in jail, just an hour before the district attorney’s deadline Fanie Willis.


Trump’s mugshot has given MAGA its own sinister, vengeful iconic image

In the annals of American history, few mugshots are iconic enough to make it into the history books. When they do, however, they become cultural touchstones, reminiscent of the times and turmoil in which they were recorded.

Certainly the mug shot of the 45th One of those images is the President of the United States, who faces charges for his alleged involvement in the conspiracy to suppress the 2020 Georgia election. Future historians will consider it one of the defining photos of our time, one marked by deep divisions and the irreconcilable realities in which the two Americas—that of the Trump movement and that of the rest of us—find themselves.

Skylar Baker-Jordan writes:

Arpan RaiAug 26, 2023 8:28 am


What to Expect After Donald Trump’s Surrender in Georgia

Here’s what we know about the case and what’s next for Mr Trump in Georgia.

Ariana BaioAug 26, 2023 8:15 am


A Fox News staffer absurdly claims that Trump was simply seeking a recount with the call to “find votes.”

A Fox News staffer suggested that Donald Trump’s call for Georgia election officials to “find votes” was merely a request for a recount and not an attempt to undermine the state’s election results.

Following Mr Trump’s fourth indictment – this time in Fulton County, Georgia, where he is accused of attempting to reverse the results of the state’s 2020 presidential election – Jonathan Turley, a Fox News staffer and law professor at the George Washington University, an assessment of the reasons for the impeachment of the former president are wrong.

“I think this criminalizes contesting elections,” he said on Thursday night’s edition of Hanny on Fox News. “Basically, there’s a Democratic prosecutor who says, ‘How dare you contest a Democratic victory?'”

Arpan RaiAug 26, 2023 08:00


McMaster? noem? Ramaswamy? Trump mulls over possible Veep picks in Newsmax post-arrest interview

Maroosha MuzaffarAug 26, 2023 7:15 am


Trump Laments “Travesty of Justice”

In the first photograph of a former president in US history, Donald Trump was captured looking at the camera in another extraordinary moment for the front-runner for the Republican nomination in 2024.

After spending about 20 minutes in jail Thursday night, the 77-year-old former president reiterated claims that the prosecution against Willis – like the others against him – was politically motivated.

“What happened here is a travesty of justice,” he told reporters. “I didn’t do anything wrong, and everyone knows it.”

One of the latest defendants to surrender, former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark, turned himself in early Friday and was released on $100,000 bail, records say.

Trump has yet to plead in the Georgia case. He has pleaded not guilty to two federal lawsuits alleging plotting to overturn the 2020 election and keeping classified documents after leaving office, and a New York state case involving hush money payments to a porn star.

ReutersAug 26, 2023 6:37 am


Trump’s co-defendant remains in jail after telling the judge he couldn’t afford a private attorney

One of Donald Trump’s co-defendants in a wide-ranging voter fraud case in Georgia remained behind bars yesterday after telling a judge he could not afford a private attorney to represent him and being refused bail.

Harrison Floyd said in his first court appearance that he could not afford private counsel and had been denied representation by a public defender because he was unfit for it.

Mr Floyd, who appeared virtually, said it typically cost between $40,000 and $100,000 to hire a private attorney for the flight to Georgia.

“I can’t afford an attorney for this,” he said, telling Fulton County Superior Court Justice Emily Richardson that he didn’t want to put his family into debt.

The judge told him that he could either hire a lawyer or represent himself.

It was not immediately clear why Mr Floyd was told he could not be represented by a public defender. In general, defendants must meet certain financial requirements in order to qualify.

He will remain in the Fulton County jail, which the US Department of Justice is investigating for violence and unsanitary conditions, as well as 15 inmate deaths over the past year. One of them was a man whose family filed a lawsuit claiming he was “eaten alive” by bed bugs.

ReutersAug 26, 2023 6:25 am


The mugshot will become Trump’s first tweet since being banned over the Jan. 6 riots

Former President Donald Trump posted his first tweet on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Thursday night when he shared his mug shot following his arrest in Fulton County, Georgia.

Mr Trump’s account had been suspended for his incitement to the January 6 riots due to previous ownership of the social media platform.

Eric GarciaAug 26, 2023 6:15 am


“We did nothing wrong”: Trump protests his innocence

Former President donald trump proclaimed his innocence Thursday night after being held in the Fulton County Jail Georgia because of allegations of extortion.

The former president spoke to reporters after being booked and having his own mugshot was arrested in the Fulton County Jail after a grand jury indicted him over his plot to overturn the results of the 2020 Georgia presidential election.

Now twice indicted and four times indicted, Mr Trump described his arrest as a sad day for the country.

Eric GarciaAug 26, 2023 5:15 am


Full article: Trump was taken to Fulton County jail after surrendering to Georgia authorities

Former President Donald Trump was released from custody Thursday after he surrendered and was briefly arrested by officers from the Fulton County, Georgia Sheriff’s Department at the Fulton County Jail in northwest Atlanta.

Mr. Trump, who was arraigned on Aug. 15 following a major election interference investigation led by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, was sent to the Fulton County Jail on 13 separate charges, including a single charge of allegedly violating Georgias thug-influenced and corrupt organizations ( RICO statute.

The former president’s surrender comes after many of his most prominent co-defendants have been riding bikes back and forth at the same facility in recent days, including his former personal attorney, former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, and Mark Meadows, his last boss White House of Staff.

Andrew FeinbergAug 26, 2023 4:15 am


“Treated very nicely,” but Trump still rants about “horrible experiences” in prison

Maroosha MuzaffarAug 26, 2023 3:15 am

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