Former President Donald Trump has completed the booking process and left the Fulton County jail.

He was at the jail for about 20 minutes.

His motorcade is returning to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

A mug shot was taken of Donald Trump, according to Fulton County Sheriff Patrick Labat.

CNN reported that the mugshot has been released.

Jail records show Trump was placed under arrest and booked as inmate No. P01135809.

The ambitious schedule proposed by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis calls for the start of the 19 defendants’ trials on October 23. Trump’s counsel stated this afternoon that he is against the suggested trial date.

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In the indictment, Trump is charged with being the leader of a “criminal enterprise” that was a part of a larger plot to overturn his state’s election loss. In four different criminal trials, the former president is accused of 91 offences.

Former President Donald Trump briefly addressed reporters after being placed under arrest and released on bond from the Fulton County jail on Thursday.

“I did nothing wrong,” he said.

The criminal investigation against him, according to Trump, was “a travesty of justice.”

“We have the absolute right to contest an election that we believe to be fraudulent”, he stated.

“This is one instance, but you have three other instances,” Trump said in reference to the additional criminal investigations that are ongoing against him. This is meddling in the election.

The former president turned himself in to local or federal authorities after being charged with a crime for the fourth time this year when he surrendered in Georgia, an occurrence that has never occurred in the US prior to 2023.

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The ex-president was arrested in New York in April on state charges connected to a hush money conspiracy. He turned himself in in June to special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation into the improper handling of secret papers at a federal courthouse in Miami.

Trump was also arrested earlier this month in Washington, DC, and charged by Smith as part of his inquiry into attempts to rig the 2020 election.

All of those issues might be resolved next year, around the time when Trump announces his candidature.