First mugshots RELEASED of Trump’s Georgia ‘co-conspirators’ and the ex-president’s own shot is expected tomorrow
- Former Georgia State Senator David Shafer shared his mugshot on Wednesday
- Comes after two other co-defendants turned themselves in at Fulton County: attorney John Eastman and Atlanta bail bondsman and poll watcher Scott Hall
- Trump plans to ‘proudly’ turn himself over in Georgia on Thursday
Former Georgia State Senator David Shafer, the third known turn-in, proudly announced Wednesday morning that his mugshot is his ‘new profile picture.’
It’s the third turn-over in the 41-count charge against Trump and his 18 co-defendants in the fourth and latest indictment against the ex-President related to his scheme to overturn the 2020 election results.
Shafer had his mugshot taken after Trump attorney John Eastman and Atlanta bail bondsman and poll watcher Scott Hall became the first two co-defendants to turn themselves in at Fulton County jail.
Former Georgia State Senator David Shafer proudly announced his glowing mugshot as his new profile picture after turning himself over in Fulton County as one of the 18 co-defendants in the case against Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia
Schafer was the third known co-defendant to turn himself in after Republican poll watcher Scott Hall (left) became the first this week, followed by attorney John Eastman (right). Above are their mugshots from Fulton County jail
‘Good morning! #NewProfilePicture,’ Schafer wrote on Twitter, now known as X, along with the image of his highly overexposed mugshot.
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani is now on his way to turn himself over in Georgia.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis gave Trump and co-defendants until noon on Friday, August 25, to voluntarily turn themselves over for booking and arraignment.
The Sheriff there also suggested that the four-times indictment ex-President could finally have his first mugshot taken during booking after avoiding this embarrassment in his last three arraignments.
Trump plans to turn himself in on Thursday – the day after skipping out on the first Republican presidential debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Some speculated he might try and take away attention from the debate by turning himself in on Wednesday.
The ex-President’s 18 named co-conspirators in the Georgia election fraud case are turning themselves over one-by-one before Friday’s deadline.
Donald Trump plans to turn himself over to Fulton County authorities on Thursday, which could result in his first mugshot after four indictments
Critics have used AI generated or photoshopped images of a Trump mugshot on their protest posters, but now might have a real one to replace it after Thursday’s surrender
Instead of participating in the first GOP debate, Trump is sitting down with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
Meanwhile, eight other candidates are taking stage at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee – except for maybe North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, who was taken to the emergency room after a pick-up basketball injury on Tuesday.
Besides Burgum, the other qualifying candidates are Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, former Vice President Mike Pence, biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson.