‘This is Election Interference’: Donald Trump Makes First Remarks After Mugshot Taken at Fulton County Jail

Former President Donald Trump gave initial remarks after being booked at the Fulton County jail regarding his objection to the 2020 election results.

Trump, after getting his mugshot taken and being fingerprinted, approached reporters to give his view of the situation.

“Thank you very much for being here,” Donald Trump said. “I really believe this is a very sad day for America.”

“This should never happen,” he continued. “If you challenge an election, you should be able to challenge an election. I thought the election was a rigged election, a stolen election, and I should have every right to do that.”

“As you know, you have many people that you’ve been watching over the years do the same thing, whether it’s Hillary Clinton or Stacey Abrams or many others,” he went on. “When you have that great freedom to challenge, you have to be able to, otherwise you’re going to have very dishonest elections.”

“What has taken place here is a travesty of justice,” he added. “We did nothing wrong. I did nothing wrong, and everybody knows it. I’ve never had such support. And that goes with the other ones too.”

“What they’re doing is election interference,” he said. “They’re



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