Leah, the elder Svensson sister, called it "the mug shot seen around the world." After being arraigned four times, Trump's latest indictment in Georgia's Fulton County required his picture to be taken. Michelle, the younger sibling, added that the former president's "stern and sinister" mug shot has already gone viral.
According to Leah, Americans do not need Trump's mug shot as everyone already knows what he looks like. She also compared the mug shot to a wanted poster during the Wild West. She then played some clips about the mug shot, alongside footage of Trump's supporters cheering for him as his motorcade passed by. (Related: Trump’s “menacing” mug shot could elevate his 2024 presidential campaign which is already far ahead of other GOP candidates.)
"I went through an experience today that I never thought I'd have to go through, because I've gone through the same experience three other times in my whole life," Trump said following his appearance at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta for his booking and mug shot.
"I didn't know anything about indictments, and now I've been indicted four times. All by the radical left and that's in coordination – absolutely in coordination – with the Justice Department."
According to Michelle, leftists and die-hard Trump haters love the "awesome" indictment and arrest of the former president. But many Americans are aware that the indictments are a set-up, and those legal actions only make the American people love and support Trump more. Leah remarked that even the Black community has thrown its support behind the former president.
In contrast, Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie is one person that clearly does not like Trump. During the first GOP presidential primary debate, Christie received many boos from the audience over him wanting the indictment against Trump. The former New Jersey governor said whether Americans believe that the criminal charges against Trump are right or wrong, the former president's conduct was beneath his office.
Meanwhile, entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy lauded Trump during the GOP debate as "the best president of the 21st century." He also denounced the "weaponization of justice in America," remarking that the country cannot set a precedent where the party in power uses police force to indict political opponents.
Michelle commented on Ramaswamy's comments, saying that he is running for vice president. She praised how the candidate was doing a "good job" of cheer-leading for Trump – "a very wise move" on his part.
Meanwhile, Leah lamented that political commentator Larry Elder was unable to join the debate despite being qualified. Her sister responded, saying that Trump's attendance at the debate would have made it phenomenal.
"I actually think it would have been more fair to them to allow them to debate the big dog right on stage. I wish that he would have been there," said Michelle. Instead of showing up, Trump decided to sit down with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson for an exclusive interview.
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