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  • Writer's pictureCharlesDayquon Strother

Trump Surrenders Again: New Charges, Familiar Scene

Brace yourselves as the Trump rollercoaster takes another unexpected turn. On Thursday, Donald Trump surrendered at the Fulton County jail in connection with over a dozen charges tied to his alleged attempts to overturn Georgia's 2020 election results. Believe it or not, this marks the fourth time this year that the former president is facing criminal charges.

In a quick pit stop at the Fulton County jail, Trump spent just a tad over 20 minutes getting processed before being released on bond. Details from the jail records paint a vivid picture: standing tall at 6 feet 3 inches, weighing in at 215 pounds, with those unmistakable blue eyes and his iconic blond or strawberry hair. Don't forget the booking number—P01135809, in case you were wondering. Guess what? Hot off the presses, we've got a mug shot of Trump fresh out of the slammer.

Let's talk history. Trump's surrender saga isn't new for 2023. This is the fourth instance this year where he's found himself handing over to either local or federal authorities due to criminal charges. It's a show that hadn't graced the US before 2023.

Here's the kicker: Trump's protest against the charges being politically motivated is a familiar scene. Despite his fiery denials, the sheer fact remains: A former president—yep, the same guy who's eyeing the 2024 White House run for the GOP—is facing a criminal indictment. It's a sight that's as unprecedented as it is jaw-dropping.

But that's not all, folks! In an interview with Newsmax, Trump didn't hold back. He called the jail experience "terrible" and "very sad." Dropping some truth bombs, he added, "In my whole life, I didn't know anything about indictments and now I've been indicted like four times."

Remember April? Trump was booked in New York on state charges linked to hush money shenanigans. Fast forward to June, he pulled a déjà vu in Miami, surrendering at a federal courthouse for charges tied to classified document issues. And just a while back, in Washington, DC, he faced arrest and arraignment on charges relating to the 2020 election kerfuffle, all part of special counsel Jack Smith's investigation.

Hold on tight, folks, because the Trump drama just keeps on rolling. 📰🎢

Former President Donald J. Trump and several of his fellow defendants, in mug shots released by the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office in Atlanta.Credit...Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

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