Donald Trump said two words about his mug shot that set the Internet on fire

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Democrats finally got their wish.

But this may be a case of being careful what you wish for.

And Donald Trump said two words about his mug shot that set the Internet on fire.

The Democrat sheriff and prosecutor of Fulton County, Georgia, forced Donald Trump to endure the humiliation of posing for a mugshot.

Even though Donald Trump may be the most famous and recognizable person in the United States, these Democrat officials wanted to play up their arrest of Donald Trump for maximum political gain in the 2024 election.

Trump’s mugshot instantly became the most famous photograph in American history as it went viral all over the world.

The 45th President did not back down from the photo and used it as the occasion for his grand return to X – the app formerly known as Twitter.

Trump posted the photo along with the rallying cry “Never Surrender” to his followers.

In an interview on Newsmax, Trump made his first comments following the arrest Trump blasted the mugshot and booking as an act of political intimidation and humiliation perpetrated against him by the Democrats.

“It was a terrible experience. I came in, I was treated very nicely, but it is what it is. I took a mug shot, which I never heard the words mug shot. They didn’t teach me that at the Wharton School of Finance. I have to go through a process. It is election interference. You know that better than anybody you covered so well. You do a fantastic job. I have to tell you, Greg,” Trump told host Greg Kelly.

Trump noted the Democrat Party’s lawfare against him extended to civil suits as well as criminal cases with the ultimate goal of bleeding him dry financially so he can’t campaign for President.

“But it’s a very sad experience, and it’s a very sad day for our country. This is a weaponized Justice Department and all of these indictments and cases. I have a couple of cases, not indictments, just cases where you have these left lawyers suing like a woman that I never saw it before other than that she took a picture 25 years ago on a on a line, on a contributor’s line or something or charity line,” Trump added.

But Trump told Kelly the efforts to force him out of the race would fail.

“It’s just like one thing after the next, and what they want to do is they want to try and wear you out, which they will never do,” Trump concluded.

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