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Biden laughs in vain: Trump’s prison photo has become a meme, his ratings have skyrocketed

Date: June 22, 2024 Time: 07:48:22

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The sheriff of Fulton County, in the US state of Georgia, kept his promise and subjected the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, to the humiliating procedure of photographing the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, who arrived at the county jail the day before yesterday to surrender to justice according to the law.

Trump was released on bail before the hearing, but the prison photo has gone viral on the internet and has become a veritable meme.

Mugshot: that’s what they call in the United States a full face and profile photo taken when they enter prison. In English, it’s two words: taza (cup) and shot (image), that is, a photograph printed on gift and souvenir mugs.

Trump himself said that posing for a prison photographer made him uncomfortable, “mostly because you didn’t do anything wrong.”

One of the first people to react to Trump’s prison photo was President Joe Biden. Responding to a reporter’s question, he laughed and unexpectedly called his predecessor and potential competitor in the upcoming 2024 election a “cute guy.” Perhaps Biden, however, is laughing for nothing.

Trump has already benefited greatly from his short time behind bars.

First of all, his ratings have once again crossed all imaginable limits: today more than 60% of Republicans are ready to vote for Trump. In addition, the billionaire began to benefit from formal shaming of him: he was the first to post his mugshot on social media with a link to his own website, where donations are collected for his election campaign. . And at the same time, he allowed his son to start selling a variety of products: T-shirts, hats and, of course, mugs with mugshots printed on them. All proceeds will also go to Trump’s campaign coffers.

The American media describes this photo as historic, believing that it will go down in the history books, since Trump became the first president in the history of the United States to be in prison.

And, of course, Trump’s stern expression exploded into memes. The mugshot of him turning into a formidable mobster.

Or compared to the villains of Stanley Kubrick’s movies and the medieval tyrant Vigo the Cruel.

And they even (jokingly, of course) offer to use it as an official portrait of the 45th president of the United States.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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