BREAKING IMAGE: Donald Trump Mugshot
Atlanta, August 24 (Reuters) – Donald Trump has etched his name into history on Thursday by becoming the first former
Atlanta, August 24 (Reuters) – Donald Trump has etched his name into history on Thursday by becoming the first former U.S. president to undergo the process of having a mug shot taken. This event unfolded as he presented himself at an Atlanta jail to confront criminal charges related to his alleged attempts to overturn the outcome of the 2020 election in Georgia.
At 77 years of age, Trump has already broken new ground as the first former U.S. president to confront criminal charges. Despite facing four separate cases, this legal predicament has not deterred his momentum as he leads the charge in the race for the Republican nomination. He is expected to challenge Democratic President Joe Biden in the upcoming presidential election next year.
Transitioning from his previous role as a businessman to that of a politician and even hosting a reality TV show, Trump now finds himself on the verge of joining the ranks of distinguished individuals such as gangster Al Capone and crooner Frank Sinatra, who have been captured in the iconic imagery of jailhouse photographs.