Trump arrests in the Fulton County case of electoral meddling

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Former President Donald Trump was taken into custody at the Fulton County Jail on felony charges related to attempts to rig the Georgia 2020 presidential election.

For his four indictments this year, Trump had his mug shot taken, which was a first. Shortly after he left the jail, it was released.

To post his bond, Trump turned to a local bail bondsman in Georgia. According to a bonding agency, he has already paid.

Trump was lodged at the Fulton County Jail, which has a track record of violence and subpar conditions.

The grand-scale investigation and the racketeering accusations against Trump and 18 other defendants were overseen by district attorney Fani Willis. Many of them have already given up, like Mark Meadows and Rudy Giuliani.

Two defendants, Meadows and Jeffrey Clark, yesterday unsuccessfully requested that a federal judge postpone their detention. Tomorrow at noon, all defendants must voluntarily surrender.

Before the former president once again stole the show, the Republican presidential candidates who weren’t called Donald Trump didn’t even have a full day to enjoy the success of their first debate performance.


He stole the show this time by entering prison.


Trump handed himself in tonight at the Fulton County Jail to be taken into custody on felony charges related to his attempts to have Georgia’s 2020 presidential election results thrown out.


With the release of his iconic mug shot, he swiftly rose to fame on social media. Despite the fact that he has been charged four times this year, the Georgia First instance with a booking picture.

Trump discusses his booking journey in an interview with Newsmax



Trump gave an approximately 25-minute phone interview to Newsmax just before he took off for Newark, New Jersey, when he spoke in part about his experience turning himself in in Fulton County.


“I came in, I was treated very nicely,” Trump said to Newsmax presenter Greg Kelly. But that is how things are. I snapped a mugshot. I was never exposed to the term “mug shot,” and the Wharton School of Finance did not teach me that either.


It’s a very sad day, and it’s a very sad experience. This Justice Department is a weaponized one in my opinion, he continued.


Trump also defended Giuliani, who claimed to have spoken with him after turning himself in yesterday.

Trump asserted that “he is the one, and we are all the ones who are questioning the election.” The people who rigged the election are the ones who should be pursued.


Trump also seemed to criticize the prosecution, calling them “animals” who were ruining the lives of his co-defendants, many of whom he insisted he did not know.


“These are creatures. These are terrible beasts that have ruined these people’s life, according to Trump.