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Trump’s fundraising surge after Atlanta jail booking

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Former President Donald Trump, faced with multiple allegations related to the 2020 election and other controversies, has experienced a major fundraising boost. In the last three weeks alone, the Trump campaign has raised nearly $20 million.

Just days after the photo was taken in connection with an embezzlement and fraud case in Atlanta, Georgia, the former president collected $7.1 million, Trump spokesman Steven Cheung confirmed. On the platform formerly known as Twitter, Cheung further reported that Trump pulled in $4.18 million in a single day, marking the most lucrative day of his campaign.

The above-mentioned photograph, which showed Trump in a sharp red tie and his signature look, was quickly capitalized on; it now adorns merchandise like t-shirts, mugs, posters and even bobbleheads. This image was captured following Trump’s arrest linked to a series of felony charges, primarily in his persistent attempts to contest the legitimacy of the 2020 election.

Trump, the 2016 winner but the 2020 loser to Joe Biden, is campaigning again for the Republican presidential nomination. His journey, however, is fraught with legal obstacles. He is currently facing four charges. Two of them are related to his baseless allegations about the 2020 election and the subsequent attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

In mid-August, a Georgia grand jury indicted Trump following an investigation by the Fulton County district attorney into his attempts to challenge his election loss in the state. Earlier that month, Trump pleaded not guilty in federal court to charges suggesting he intended to defraud the US and endanger voter rights during the 2020 election. Other charges include illegally retaining classified documents after the presidency and allegations related to payments to Stormy Daniels before his 2016 presidential run.

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