Donald Trump's Mugshot
The booking photo of former President Donald Trump, known as “Donald Trump's Mugshot,” was made public by the Fulton County Sheriff's Office in late August 2023, shortly after he was arrested in Georgia on charges of allegedly conspiring to overturn the results of the presidential election that took place in the state in 2020. The charges stemmed from the state of Georgia.
Others anticipated the photograph to be an extremely important historical photo, which could lead to an endless supply of memes. Many of his detractors anticipated the photograph to be a vindication of their belief that Trump has committed crimes.
Others anticipated the photograph to be an extremely important historical photo. As soon as the photo was made public, it received a significant amount of coverage in the press and discussion online. It also rapidly became a popular image for people to react to and was easily exploitable for a variety of memes across social media.
The official mugshot of Donald Trump was made public on August 24, 2023, by the Fulton County Sheriff's Office, following a brief appearance he made at the jail to get booked in. It is notable for being the very first time a mugshot of a President of the United States was ever taken.
On August 24 at approximately 8:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, the mugshot gave the appearance of being posted online approximately thirty minutes before news outlets confirmed its authenticity and began using the official version that was watermarked with the logo of the Fulton County Sheriff's Office.
The image without the watermark was included in an early tweet by the user @ettingermentum, along with a reference to the "Chat Is This Real?" meme. This tweet received more than 100 retweets and 3,100 likes in just one hour.
Sending this mugshot to somebody means that you are mad at something but don't want to say anything. It serves as a passive-aggressive way of expressing your frustration or dissatisfaction without directly confronting the issue. This non-verbal communication can convey your emotions and potentially provoke a reaction or understanding from the recipient.