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Donald Trump revealed he will be arrested at 7:30pm in Atlanta 

Donald Trump revealed he will be arrested at 7:30pm in Atlanta 

Donald Trump revealed he will be arrested at 7:30 pm in Atlanta

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The Republican politician posted on his social media platform Truth Social that his “arrest time” will be a 7.30 pm EST, while also repeating false claims about the 2020 election.

He also aimed Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, calling her a “radical left, lowlife”.

She was the person who brought the charges against him and earlier today proposed to start the trial on 23 October.

He is expected to surrender at the Fulton County jail and then pose for a mugshot over charges he tried to overturn the election results in Georgia with the help of 18 co-defendants.

‘But please excuse me, I have to start getting ready to head down to Atlanta, Georgia, where Murder and other Violent Crimes have reached levels never seen before, to get ARRESTED by a Radical Left, Lowlife District Attorney, Fani Willis, for A PERFECT PHONE CALL, and having the audacity to challenge a RIGGED & STOLLEN (sic) ELECTION. THE EVIDENCE IS IRREFUTABLE! ARREST TIME: 7:30 P.M.

His post came hours after Willis requested Trump face trial in Georgia on October 23, and as his former chief of staff Mark Meadows surrendered to cops.

Willis asked for the date for Trump and the 18 co-defendants to face a judge after indicted lawyer Kenneth Chesebro asked for a speedy trial.

The 41-count charge against Trump and his 18 co-defendants marks the fourth and latest indictment against the ex-president.

Trump was charged with RICO – Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations – a count which is frequently used to try mafia figures, cartel leaders and gangland bosses.

He is also charged with solicitation of violation of oath by a public officer; conspiracy to commit forgery in the first-degree; perjury; and a host of other counts.

If convicted on all charges, he faces 71 years in prison – and state charges, unlike federal, cannot be pardoned by a president.

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