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In this week’s episode of Unfiltered, SE Cupp argues that one of the strongest voices against Donald Trump’s baseless election lies has come from someone who isn’t running against him — Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp.
Former President Donald Trump surrendered to law enforcement officials in Fulton County, Georgia, on Thursday after a grand jury there indicted him on 13 felony charges related to his effort to steal the 2020 election he lost to Joe Biden.
Here are the charges, bonds and mug shots associated with the defendants in Fulton County DA Fani Willis' election probe.
Absent for more than two years, former President Donald J. Trump posted his mug shot on the site, now called X.
On Thursday evening, Donald Trump strode into Georgia’s Fulton County Jail to turn himself in for 13 criminal charges related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election results—his fourth time doing so this year. The former president was expected to follow typical procedure, just as his fellow co-defendants did earlier this week.
Donald Trump surrendered Thursday at the Fulton County jail on more than a dozen charges stemming from his efforts to reverse Georgia’s 2020 election results, the fourth time this year the former president has faced criminal charges.
He was processed and assigned a prisoner number. In the mug shot ― the first ever to be taken of a U.S. president ― Trump glowers at the camera in what some in-the-know commentators perceived to be an attempt at appearing menacing and displaying strength.
Trump’s inner circle wants the world to think having his mug shot taken is a win for him, defying logic and just about everything we know about the man.
Mug shots have, through history, been weaponized in different ways. They have been used to suggest guilt and shame, and to knock down the famous, as with O.J. Simpson, whose flat stare and five o’clock shadow ended up on the cover of Time — albeit in an image darkened unnecessarily by the magazine.
In the interview posted onto X, the website formerly known as Twitter, at the same time as the Republican presidential debate Wednesday night, former President Donald Trump was boasting about his poll numbers when Tucker Carlson suddenly cut him off.
A Donald Trump supporter who surrendered to Georgia authorities on charges he conspired with the former president and other allies to overturn Trump’s 2020 election loss is also facing federal charges
Former President Donald Trump's 2024 challengers are waiting to see how his legal troubles -- most recently, his arrest at the Fulton County jail in the Georgia election case -- could impact him politically.
Former President Trump and 18 other co-defendants have all surrendered to authorities in Fulton County. NBC News' Gabe Gutierrez reports on what happens next in Georgia for those charged in the 2020 election interference case.
Donald Trump’s visit to Georgia on Thursday was brief. He flew in to Atlanta, drove to the Fulton County Jail, surrendered to authorities, was processed on criminal charges and then released. Back into the SUV and back to the airport, another rich man heading back north of Richmond.
Former President Trump's new Georgia lawyer has represented the likes of Rick Ross and Usher, and has spearheaded cases on similar grounds to the former president's. Driving the news: High-profile attorney Steven Sadow joined Trump's legal team ahead of the former president surrending to authorities on Thursday.
Former President Donald Trump has been booked at a jail in Atlanta, forced to pose for a mug shot as he surrendered on charges that he illegally schemed to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia.
Trump glared defiantly at the camera during his brief visit to the jail, where he had already posted a $200,000 bond, before returning to his plane and flying back to New Jersey.
A new POLITICO Magazine/Ipsos poll punctures some prevailing political narratives about the Trump indictments.
It may be Donald Trump's fourth criminal indictment in five months, but in a few ways, the charges brought by a Georgia grand jury on Monday are some of the heftiest he's facing. Legally ...
Former President Donald Trump's campaign is using the mug shot from his election interference indictment to fundraise.
Two of Trump’s attorneys quit less than a day after federal prosecutors indicted the former president and a close aide.
Every one of the 19 defendants in the sweeping Georgia election interference case centered on former President Donald Trump have surrendered at the Fulton County jail, where they were booked and
"What has taken place here is a travesty of justice. We did nothing wrong," the former president said following his arrest in Georgia.
Efforts by Donald Trump allies to move Georgia's criminal case charging the former U.S. president with trying to overturn an election to federal court is raising legal questions that could delay a trial,
Former President Donald Trump steps off his plane as he arrives at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2023, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) (NewsNation) — For some, a mug shot is a symbol of the worst day of their lives.
Stephen Lee and publicist Trevian Kutti, who both posted $75,000 bonds, Georgia lawyer Robert Cheeley and former Trump campaign staffer Michael Roman, who both agreed to $50,000 bonds, and Georgia state Sen. Shawn Still and former Coffee County election worker Misty Hampton, who both agreed to a $10,000 signature bonds, all surrendered Friday.
Former President Donald Trump and the 18 people indicted along with him in Georgia on charges that they participated in a wide-ranging illegal scheme to overturn the results of the
Former deputy assistant attorney general Harry Litman suggested those charged along with the former president may start flipping if others go to trial early.
Donald Trump arrived in Atlanta on Thursday evening to get his mug shot taken at a local jailhouse as part of a wide-ranging criminal case stemming from the former U.S. president's attempts to overturn his 2020 election defeat in Georgia.
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Social media exploded at the return of former President Donald Trump on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.
Former President Donald Trump said that the experience of turning himself in at the Fulton County jail Thursday night was sad.
The former president’s campaign and independent sellers are printing his glowering booking photo on coffee mugs, T-shirts and bumper stickers
It's no mystery why the former president preferred a forum in which his record and positions would face no serious challenge.
Trevian Kutti, a onetime publicist for Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, was among the last few defendants in former President Donald Trump's Fulton County election interference case to surrender ahead of a noon deadline.
Elon Musk welcomed former President Donald Trump’s return to Twitter, now X, and is on the warpath against President Biden’s Justice Department over its pursuit of his rocket company, SpaceX.
The case could turn on questions about criminal intent and the existence of a coordinated enterprise to keep the former president in power.
Mug shots are not taken to humiliate a defendant before they've been convicted. But that's the purpose they widely serve now.
Hoefert was critical of former President Donald Trump after he publicized a feud with Gov. Kim Reynolds (R-IA) and took credit for her election to governor last month. Trump had taken issue with Reynolds's commitment to remaining neutral during the months ...
Rudy Giuliani glared across a Washington hearing room as a lawyer seeking his disbarment after the Jan. 6 insurrection asked: How did this man, celebrated as “America’s mayor” after 9/11, become a leader of an attempt to overturn a national election?
If former President Donald Trump truly returned to X on a regular basis, it would be a massive coup for owner Elon Musk, experts tell Fox News Digital.
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried and Donald Trump may both use a similar, and uncommon, trial defense — that they shouldn’t be held accountable for their alleged crimes because they were just following their lawyers’ advice.
The circumstances surrounding your actions raise serious concerns about whether they are politically motivated,’ Jordan wrote.
President Joe Biden was slammed by conservatives on social media for posting a fundraising link as former President Trump was in the process of being arrested in Georgia.
Property watchers have done a double-take after former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate was listed as sold on Zillow as he fights four separate indictments. Hours after Trump was booked in Georgia on charges that he unlawfully tried to overturn ...
In news from 1978, Donald Trump sided with Ronald Reagan over William F. Buckley Jr. on the question of whether the U.S. should have turned the Panama Canal over to Panama. Likely inadvertently and definitely against character, Trump has revived an interesting and substantive intra-conservative debate from the past.
Former President Donald Trump made his first post on X after he was booked into the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday evening.
Former President Donald Trump’s official mugshot sent social media reeling late Thursday and early Friday, as liberal users mocked the 2024 Republican frontrunner’s arrest and conservatives
Trump blasted the “bullsh**” indictments against him and claimed he had every right to mishandle classified documents because of the Presidential Records Act. Trump faces 42 felony counts stemming from special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation into his alleged mishandling of classified documents.
Former President Donald Trump will be processed at the Fulton County jail Thursday, August 21 on charges brought by District Attorney Fani Willis that he tried to overturn the 2020 result in the state.