Alina Habba, a representative for Donald Trump, stated that the photograph of the former president was viewed as a highly positive event.
Donald Trump was detained at the Fulton County Jail on Thursday, where he underwent the standard fingerprinting and photographing procedures. The individual in question is presently under indictment in Georgia on a total of thirteen offenses that are directly related to his unsuccessful attempt to alter the outcome of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia. The former president has been released on $200,000 bond.
As anticipated, the leading Republican candidate has spent the past twenty-four hours soliciting donations based on the aforementioned image, which has emerged as the conservative counterpart to the iconic image of Che Guevara.
In the Friday episode of The Balance on Newsmax, Habba criticized Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis regarding the photograph in question. Nonetheless, Habba continued by asserting that Trump, who has confronted four indictments since April, will ultimately benefit from this development. However, only the most recent version created a photographic portrait of the former chief of state.
“Why did this jurisdiction need a mugshot?” host Eric Bolling asked Habba.
“They didn’t,” she replied. “They didn’t need the mugshot. It was, I guess to her, probably a trophy. But thank you, because now the trophy actually became ours. She wanted to get it done. We obviously had told her that no other jurisdiction required it. He is the single most famous man on the planet.”
Habba referred to the district attorney’s “power play” in releasing the mugshot as a “power play” before referring to Trump’s efforts to void the election as “protecting the Constitution.”
“The American people aren’t stupid,” she continued. “The mugshot was probably one of the best things that ever happened to him probably at this point. So, thank you, Fani.”
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