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Trump Sticks It To Georgia DA – Tells Her What He’s Going To Do

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Thursday, former president Donald Trump entered a not guilty plea in the Georgia election interference case against him.

In a court filing, President Trump chose to forego his formal arraignment and entered a not guilty plea. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has filed charges against Donald Trump and 18 other individuals for allegedly engaging in activities designed to undermine the outcome of the 2020 Georgia presidential election.

Former President Trump’s legal representatives have advocated for a postponement of the Georgia trial’s proceedings, so the trial’s schedule remains uncertain. Willis, despite this, has advocated for the prosecution to be moved up to the forthcoming autumn.

The former president is simultaneously facing allegations in New York City, Florida, and Washington, D.C., in addition to the case in Georgia.

Despite the potential legal repercussions, each of Donald Trump’s four indictments has resulted in significant financial gains for his 2024 presidential campaign, as his supporters have contributed generously on each occasion.

In August, President Trump amassed a substantial amount of $20 million in campaign funds, with $9.4 million raised in the week following the publication of his mugshot by Fulton County.

According to a source, the Trump campaign initiated the sale of merchandise depicting mugshots after the event, which resulted in a significant increase in donations.

According to information obtained by Fox News Digital, over $1.7 million in revenue has been generated from the sale of 36,000 t-shirts bearing the infamous photograph of former President Donald Trump.

In addition, the Trump campaign earned an additional $864,000 from the sale of 24,000 mugshot coffee mugs and $352,000 from the sale of 8,600 mugshot posters.

Trump, the other 18 defendants, and unindicted coconspirators “constituted a criminal organization whose members and associates engaged in various related criminal activities, including, but not limited to, false statements and writings, impersonating a public officer, forgery, filing false documents, influencing witnesses, computer theft, computer trespass, computer invasion of privacy, conspiracy to defraud the state, acts involving the use of computers, and acts involving theft, and perjury.”

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