Former President Donald Trump is reportedly preparing to be “proudly” arrested in Georgia on election fraud charges. Trump made the announcement on his Truth Social account, stating that he will be arrested in Georgia due to his efforts to fight for election integrity. He declared that he will use the trial as an opportunity to expose what he believes to be fraudulent activities during the 2020 Presidential Election.
Trump’s bail has been set at $200,000, and he has been ordered not to send threatening social media messages. Security around the jailhouse has been increased, with barriers installed, as his legal team visited the District Attorney’s office.
Despite the possibility of being held in the notorious jailhouse, Trump will not be held there while awaiting trial. If he is held there, he will be treated like other suspects, including being fingerprinted and possibly having his mugshot taken.
In his social media posts, Trump criticized those who do not believe in his claims of election fraud, calling them “FOOLS & COWARDS.” He emphasized the need to prevent such alleged fraud from happening again in future elections.
Trump also announced that he would be skipping the first GOP primary debate and instead conducting an interview with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson, which will air at the same time as the debate. He promised that “sparks will fly” during the interview.
Some of Trump’s surrogates, including Kari Lake and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, have expressed support for him and his decision to skip the debate. They argue that Trump is already the nominee and that the debate is unnecessary.
With Trump absent from the debate, the spotlight is expected to be on the next two top contenders, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, who will be standing in the center stage.
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