Former President Trump Makes Controversial Comeback on Twitter, Shares Mugshot and Encourages Donations
Former President Donald Trump made a comeback on a social media platform called X, previously known as Twitter. He posted a photo of his mug
Former President Donald Trump Returns to Social Media Platform X
Former President Donald Trump has made a comeback on a social media platform called X, previously known as Twitter. This highly anticipated return comes after Trump's suspension from the platform in January 2021. During his presidency, Trump had a strong association with Twitter.
Trump Posts Mugshot and Donation Link
As part of his return, Former President Donald Trump posted a photo of his mugshot taken in Fulton County, Georgia. Along with the photo, he included a link to a donation landing page.
Trump's Arrest in Fulton County, Georgia
Former President Donald Trump turned himself in to be arrested in Fulton County, Georgia, on Thursday evening. He is facing multiple felony charges related to his alleged attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. Trump agreed to a $200,000 bond and other release conditions earlier in the week. His mugshot was released by his team a few hours after his arrest.
Trump's Website Redirects to Fundraising Page
Former President Donald Trump's official website, DonaldJTrump.com, now redirects visitors to a fundraising page for his potential 2024 presidential campaign. The page appeals to supporters, claiming that there has been a "travesty of justice and election interference" regarding the former president's legal battles. Critics have accused Trump of using campaign funds to finance his defense against four indictments he currently faces. However, some of his supporters, including Matt Schlapp from CPAC, argue that fighting these legal battles is necessary for "winning."
Trump Urges Supporters to Donate
Former President Donald Trump sent out a message urging his supporters not to donate if they were facing financial difficulties, but encouraged those who could to contribute towards removing President Joe Biden from the White House. Trump referred to the current period as a "dark chapter" in the nation's history and called for support to "save America."
Trump's Social Media Comeback
The former president has also made similar posts on Instagram (owned by Meta) and his own social media site, Truth Social. This surprising move has been praised by Daily Wire host Michael Knowles as a genius strategy to make his Twitter comeback alongside a mugshot.
John Rich Teases a Comeback
Country music star John Rich tweeted a video with the caption "He's baaccccckkkk," suggesting that someone is making a comeback. However, the tweet does not provide any additional information about who this person might be or what they are coming back to.