Donald Trump Says He Will ‘PRIDE’ To Arrest Tomorrow In Georgia On Voter Fraud Allegations: Ex-President’s Impending Surrender Will Dwarf First GOP Debate
- Trump will surrender in Georgia on Thursday – his bail has been set at $200,000
- Authorities also ordered him not to send threatening social media messages
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Donald Trump is “proudly” preparing to be arrested in Georgia on voter fraud allegations on Thursday.
“NO ONE HAS EVER FIGHTED FOR ELECTION INTEGRITY LIKE PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP,” the former president wrote on his Truth Social account.
“For this I will be proudly arrested in Georgia tomorrow afternoon.” GOD BLESS THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!!’
Trump and his 18 co-defendants were charged on Aug. 14 with attempting to overturn the 2020 Georgia presidential election, and were given until noon Friday to come forward for a booking.
He will surrender in the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta.
Former President Donald Trump is “proudly” preparing to be arrested in Georgia on voter fraud allegations on Thursday
On Monday, the 77-year-old’s bail was set at $200,000 and he was ordered not to send threatening social media messages.
Sheriff’s deputies tightened security and installed cordons around the derelict jail Monday when his legal team was spotted entering District Attorney Fani Willis’ office.
Fulton County authorities said he could not expect special treatment.
As with other suspects at the notorious prison, he will also have to be fingerprinted and may have a mugshot taken for the first time in his four indictments.
The prison is known for its abject conditions, although Trump is not being held there while he awaits trial.
He used his social media account to insist that the trial he faces on voter fraud allegations will be an opportunity “to show how rigged and rigged the 2020 presidential election was.”
He called everyone who didn’t believe him: “Fools and cowards because now we know the answers to all scams, irregularities and scams and WE CANNOT LET IT HAPPEN AGAIN!”
The former president announced over the weekend that he would skip the first Republican primary debate this week.
Instead, he will do an interview with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
Trump wrote on his Truth social account that the interview will air tonight at 9 p.m. ET — right at the start of the debate.
“The sparks will fly,” he promises. ‘ENJOY!’
But ahead of Wednesday night’s debate, Trump proxies flocked to Milwaukee.
Kari Lake spoke to reporters outside the debate room Tuesday as Trump supporters waved signs with his name in the background.
“This isn’t a race guys — the primary is over,” she said, citing Trump’s massive lead in the polls. The former president leads the RealClearPolitics poll average by 41 points.
She also accused Fox News — which is hosting the debate at 9 p.m. ET — of being anti-Trump, saying that’s why it skipped the debate.
“It doesn’t make sense for him to go into this and watch a broadcaster — who’s already decided they want anyone to know about Trump — solicit ratings from him.”
“He’s just too smart for that.” And to be honest, he doesn’t need to. He’s already the candidate. He’s so far ahead. Nobody can catch up.’
The Fulton County Jail, where the trial of former President Trump will take place, is seen in Atlanta, Georgia
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, another Trump ally who will be in the debate audience, told it’s time for the party to get behind Trump.
‘It’s over. It makes no sense. It’s a waste of donor money. “It’s just that everyone has to stand behind President Trump,” she said.
But with Trump absent from the stage, the spotlight will fall on the next two frontrunners, each of whom will take center stage: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy.