Donald Trump

“I am innocent of any wrongdoing,” Trump declares, moments after his release from custody following an arrest.

“I want to emphasize that I have not engaged in any wrongdoing,” he asserted.

Trump characterized the criminal case against him as “a gross miscarriage of justice.”

“We possess every legitimate right to contest an election that we believe lacks integrity,” he stated.

Addressing the additional pending criminal cases, Trump remarked, “While this is one instance, there are three other situations. This constitutes interference with the election process.”

Adding some context: Trump’s surrender in Georgia marked the fourth occasion this year when he voluntarily presented himself to local or federal authorities due to criminal charges. Such events were unprecedented in the US prior to 2023.

Back in April, the former president was processed in New York on state charges related to a scheme involving hush money. In June, he turned himself in at a federal courthouse in Miami to face charges in special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation into the mishandling of classified documents.

In the earlier part of this month, Trump was taken into custody in Washington, DC, and arraigned on charges stemming from Smith’s inquiry into efforts to overturn the 2020 election results.

All of these cases could reach a climax next year, coinciding with Trump’s presidential candidacy.

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