It has literally become a snapshot in history.
A defiant-looking Donald Trump, once one of the most powerful leaders in the world, posing for a mugshot following his latest arrest. This time on 13 charges stemming from efforts to reverse the state of Georgia’s 2020 election results.
Opponents argue it’s further proof that he’s unfit for office. Trump and his allies say he’s the victim of a rigged justice system — an effort to keep him from winning the next presidential election.
- Brandon Brice is a conservative columnist and radio talk show host.
- Frank Sesno is a former CNN Washington bureau chief. He’s currently Director of Strategic Initiatives at George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs.
- Rina Shah is a political analyst and commentator.
- Gerald Griggs is an attorney and the president of the NAACP in the state of Georgia.
🇺🇸 Former US president Donald #Trump was arrested at a Georgia jail Thursday on racketeering and conspiracy charges and released on a $200,000 bond after having a historic mug shot taken 👉 https://t.co/G7x7WiERLJ pic.twitter.com/KPrbrWZgxY
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