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All The Mug Shots Of Donald Trump & His Alleged Co-Conspirators

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For Donald Trump, racking up dozens of felony charges comes with one silver lining: getting a legendary mug shot. Trump surrogates began hyping the photo immediately after his first indictment in April 2023, with his daughter-in-law Lara predicting it would “go down in history as the most famous mugshot ever to exist in America.” But Trump was denied his close-up; he was booked with no photo in his first three arraignments, and his campaign resorted to selling merch emblazoned with a fake mug shot.

However, the fourth time was the charm for the former president. Trump had his photo and fingerprints taken when he was booked at the Fulton County Jail on Thursday evening, just like his 18 co-defendants in the Georgia election interference case.

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Trump flew to Atlanta from Newark, New Jersey on his private jet. He was then taken to the Fulton County Jail in a motorcade with a police escort, arriving at 7:35 p.m. Trump entered through the back of the building and was only inside for about 20 minutes, leaving just before 8 p.m. He covered his $200,000 bond by putting 10 percent toward it and working with a local Atlanta bonding company Foster Bail Bonds LLC, according to CNN. Before boarding his plane to return to New Jersey Trump called the case a “travesty of justice,” adding, “We have every right to challenge an election we think is dishonest.”

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office released a mug shot of former president Trump — or inmate No. P01135809 — around 8:40 p.m. Twenty minutes later Trump posted his mug shot on Truth Social with the caption “ELECTION INTERFERENCE / NEVER SURRENDER!” Then he returned to Twitter — or rather, X — to post the same message. (In November 2022, X owner Elon Musk reversed Trump’s ban, which was issued following the Capitol Riot, but until now he had refrained from posting.) Sources told CNN that Trump decided not to smile in the photo because he wanted to look “defiant.” His campaign is already selling a t-shirt featuring the mug shot.

Jail records described Trump as 6 feet, three inches tall and 215 pounds — 24 pounds less than the weight a doctor reported in 2018. The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman reported, “His form is said to have been filled out by aides, not done by officials at the jail.”

Trump shook up his legal team shortly before the arraignment. ABC News reported that he replaced attorney Drew Findling with Steven Sadow, a veteran criminal defense lawyer based in Atlanta. He has previously represented T.I., Rick Ross, Gunna, and Usher, per the New York Times.

Here’s a gallery of all the mug shots in the Georgia case, which we’ll update as more photos come in.

Donald Trump

Former President Donald Trump is shown in a police booking mug shot released by the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office, on Thursday.Credit…Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

Who: The 45th president of the United States.

Charges: Trump is facing 13 counts: one count of racketeering; three counts of solicitation of violation of oath by public officer; two counts of conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree; two counts of conspiracy to commit false statements and writings; two counts of false statements and writings; one count of conspiracy to commit filing false documents; one count of filing false documents and conspiracy to commit to impersonating a public officer.

Bond: $200,000


Rudy Giuliani

Trump ally Rudy Giuliani also had a mug shot taken this week. Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

Who: Trump’s personal lawyer, former New York City mayor (a.k.a. “America’s Mayor”), and U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York known for using anti-racketeering laws to take down mobsters. Giuliani allegedly led Trump’s scheme to steal the 2020 election; his role involved filing lawsuits to support his election fraud claims and pressuring election officials in key swing states.

Charges: Giuliani has been charged with 13 counts: one count of racketeering, one count of conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer, two counts of conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree, one count of conspiracy to commit filing false documents,two counts of conspiracy to commit false statements and writings, three counts of false statements and writings, three counts of solicitation of violation of oath by a public officer.

Bond: $150,000


Mark Meadows

Mark Meadows, Photo: Fulton County Jail

Who: Trump’s former White House chief of staff and former North Carolina congressman. Meadows was on the infamous phone call in which Trump asked Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to “find” him more votes. The indictment also mentions Meadows traveling in an attempt to observe a signature match audit being conducted at the Cobb County Civic Auditorium that wasn’t open to the public. He allegedly texted the chief investigator about speeding up the audit and offered money from the campaign to assist.

Charges: Meadows is facing two counts: one count of racketeering, one count of solicitation of violation of oath by a public officer.

Bond: $100,000


Sidney Powell

Sidney Powell, Photo: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

Who: A Trump campaign attorney accused of accessing voter data in Coffee County and hiring the firm that accessed the voter system. Powell heavily pushed election fraud lies and once even raised the involvement of deceased Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez during a press conference with Rudy Giuliani.

Charges: Powell was charged with seven counts: one count of racketeering, two counts of conspiracy to commit election fraud, one count of conspiracy to commit computer theft, one count of conspiracy to commit computer trespass, one count of conspiracy to commit computer invasion of privacy, one count of conspiracy to defraud the state.

Bond: $100,000


Jenna Ellis

Photo: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

Who: Former member of Trump’s campaign legal team.

Charges: Ellis is facing two counts: one count of racketeering and one count of solicitation of violation of oath by public officer.

Bond: $100,000


John Eastman

Photo: FULTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

Who: Trump’s election lawyer who created the legal blueprint for the former president’s effort to steal the 2020 election.

Charges: Eastman is facing nine counts: one count of racketeering, two counts of conspiracy to commit false statements and writings, two counts of conspiracy to commit forgery, one count of solicitation of violation of oath by public officer, one count of conspiracy to commit filing false documents, one count of conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer, and one count of filing false documents.

Bond: $100,000


Kenneth Cheseboro

Kenneth Cheseboro, Photo: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

Who: A Trump campaign attorney who allegedly orchestrated the fake electors plan.

Charges: Chesebro is facing seven counts: one count of racketeering, two counts of conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree; two counts of conspiracy to commit false statements and writings; one count of conspiracy to commit filing false documents; one count of conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer.

Bond: $100,000


Scott Hall

Scott Hall, Photo: FULTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

Who: A Georgia bail bondsman and Trump operative who allegedly participated in the scheme to illegally breach election equipment in Coffee County.

Charges: Hall is facing seven counts: one count of racketeering, two counts of conspiracy to commit election fraud, one count of conspiracy to commit computer theft, one count of conspiracy to commit computer trespass, one count of conspiracy to commit computer invasion of privacy, and one count of conspiracy to defraud the state.

Bond: $10,000


David Shafer

David Shafer mughot, Photo: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

Who: A former state senator and Georgia GOP chair who was one of Trump’s fake electors.

Charges: Shafer is charged with eight counts: one count of racketeering, three counts of false statements and writings, two counts of forgery in the first degree, one count of impersonating a public officer, and one count of attempting to commit filing false documents.

Bond: $75,000


Ray Smith

Ray Smith, Photo: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

Who: A Georgia lawyer who is accused of advising Trump’s fake electors and testifying falsely to the state legislature that fraud had taken place in the 2020 election.

Charges: Smith is facing 12 counts: one count of racketeering, three counts of solicitation of violation of oath by public officer, two counts of false statements and writings, two counts of conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree, two counts of conspiracy to commit false statements and writings, one count of conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer, one count of conspiracy to commit filing false documents.

Bond: $50,000


Cathy Latham

Cathy Latham mugshot, Photo: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

Who: Former Coffee County Republican Party chairwoman and one of Trump’s fake electors. She allegedly allowed the breach of the county’s voter system.

Charges: Latham is facing 11 counts: one count of racketeering, two counts of conspiracy to commit election fraud, one count of impersonating a public officer, one count of forgery in the first degree, one count of false statements and writings, one count of criminal attempt to commit filing false documents, one count of conspiracy to commit computer theft, one count of conspiracy to commit computer trespass, one count of conspiracy to commit computer invasion of privacy, one count of conspiracy to defraud the state.

Bond: $75,000


Harrison Floyd

Harrison Floyd Mugshot, Photo: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

Who: The executive director of Black Voices for Trump, who allegedly participated in the effort to pressure Ruby Freeman to falsely confess to voter fraud.

Charges: Floyd was charged with three counts: one count of racketeering, one count of conspiracy to commit solicitation of false statements and writings and one count of influencing witnesses.

Bond: Floyd’s bond has not been set yet. He was charged earlier this year with attacking an FBI agent working on the Justice Department’s investigation of Trump’s attempt to steal the 2020 election.

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