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Trump Runs Out Of Money?


Lunatic liberals are having a field day with this.

Reportedly, after his arrest at Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, Georgia, Donald Trump employed the services of a bail bondsman. He paid $20,000 of his $200,000 bond, financing the remaining amount through a loan. This action has triggered discussions on social media regarding Trump’s financial situation.

According to Newsweek, voluntarily surrendering himself at the Georgia jail, Trump faced 13 felony charges related to alleged attempts to overturn his 2020 election loss in the state. Among the 18 co-defendants indicted in the same election plot are his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and former White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows.

Throughout the year, Trump has faced four indictments in separate federal and criminal cases, including the recent one in Georgia. He maintains his innocence in all cases.

His brief visit to the Atlanta jail, approximately 20 minutes in duration, marked the first time he was photographed since the four indictments this year. As he had already agreed to pay the $200,000 bond on Monday, he was not detained.


Contrary to direct payment, Trump utilized a bail bondsman, a party that acts as a guarantor in exchange for a fee. He enlisted the services of Charles Shaw from Foster Bail Bonds in Georgia for his bail payment. This choice has raised eyebrows, given Trump’s status as a billionaire.

The situation prompted speculation on social media platforms. Journalist Victoria Brownworth questioned Trump’s decision to use a bondsman, implying that he was relying on his followers to cover his expenses. Lawyer Tristan Snell described the bail bond as a loan and noted Trump’s reliance on debt. MSNBC legal analyst Lisa Rubin deemed Trump’s approach unusual, suggesting potential financial strains or liquidity issues.

Recent reports indicated financial strain on Trump’s campaign due to substantial legal defense expenditures. His campaign website solicited contributions for his legal endeavors. There are concerns that a guilty verdict in the Georgia case could affect his eligibility for the 2024 election.

According to FiveThirtyEight’s polling data as of August 24, Trump had a 51.6 percent approval rating and a commanding lead in the Republican primary polls, with Governor Ron DeSantis trailing behind with 14.8 percent of the vote.