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People have already started selling merchandise of Donald Trump's historic mugshot

People have already started selling merchandise of Donald Trump's historic mugshot

It only took minutes before the Fulton County Sheriff's Office's picture was on mugs and t-shirts.

It only took a matter of minutes before people took Donald Trump's historic mugshot and plastered it over every bit of merchandise possible.

The former President arrived in Fulton County, Georgia to be formally processed on multiple charges related to the 2020 US Election.

Trump has been charged with violating Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced And Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, as well as six conspiracy counts over alleged efforts to commit forgery, impersonate a public official and submit false statements and documents.

Fulton County Sheriff's Office

It all stems from a phone call made on 2 January 2021 where Trump allegedly urged Georgia's Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, to 'find 11,780 votes' to reverse his loss in the state.

Trump has called the investigation a witch hunt, however he agreed to travel from New Jersey to Georgia on August 24 to get his mugshot and fingerprints taken.

He was only in the county jail for around 20 minutes, according to CNN, and then he bailed back to the airport.

In that time, his mugshot was uploaded to the internet for all to see and people quickly copy pasted the image onto whatever merchandise they could find.

There's even a website where you can get your very own sweatshirt or mug with Trump's headshot on there.

This indictment in Georgia was the fourth that he's been dealt in just five months.

He refused to have his mugshot taken for his previous indictments, however that didn't stop him from creating a photoshopped one and selling it as merchandise.

He's sold pictures of his previously mocked-up mugshot accompanied by the caption 'not guilty', though of course, that's for the actual courts to decide.

Who knows whether he will use this one from the Fulton County Sheriff's Office for his 2024 campaign.

Trump was allowed to leave Georgia after he agreed to post $200,000 (£158,313) bail.

This includes $80,000 (£63,325) for racketeering and $10,000 (£7,900) for each of his other 12 counts.

The former president has also promised to not use social media to target the co-defendants and witnesses in the case.

The ex-Commander in Chief was among 19 others who were indicted.

They included former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, and Trump administration Justice Department official, Jeffrey Clark.

Their mugshots were taken and released earlier this week.

Featured Image Credit: Fulton County Sheriff's Office.

Topics: Donald Trump