Former US President Donald Trump was arrest while surrendering in a case filed on charges of tampering with the 2020 election results. But he was release after paying a bond of two hundred thousand dollars set for bail.
According to the British news agency Reuters, after his arrest in the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, Georgia. A mug shot was take of Donald Trump like other inmates, and it was the first time in American history. That a mug shot of a former president was release.
After the mugshot, Trump joins gangster Al Capone, mobster Frank Sinatra, and other high-profile Americans who have been photographed in prison.
Donald Trump shared a photo of his mugshot on X (formerly Twitter) and wrote sarcastically, Interference in elections. Never surrender.
Officials had hoped to get a mug shot of Donald Trump at the Fulton County Jail. It was a first for him, as Trump had not been photographed during other court appearances.
Donald Trump stayed at the jail for about 20 minutes before leaving and heading to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport. Where a private jet was waiting for him.
The former president’s jet flew to a golf club in New Jersey for his return.
As 77-year-old Donald Trump arrived at the jail, dozens of his supporters waved banners and American flags. One of those supporters was US Representative Marjorie Taylor Green, who was consider one of the former president’s staunchest congressional allies.
Lyle Rayworth, 49, who works in the aviation industry in Atlanta, waited 10 hours near the jail Thursday morning. “I hope they will see me waving flags and showing support,” he said. They need us.
Fourth arrest since April
It was Donald Trump’s fourth arrest since April. It appears that there is a never-ending series of cases and arrests across the country against Trump. Who is running for the Republican presidential nomination in the upcoming elections.
According to the bond agreement signed by Fulton County District Attorney Fannie Willis, Trump’s defence attorneys. And the judge, the former president is barred from threatening co-defendants, witnesses, or victims in the case and from using social media to do so. Will not be able to.
The agreement bars the former president from making ‘direct or indirect threats of any kind’ against witnesses or co-defendants and from discussing the facts of the case with them, except through lawyers.