A fleeting passage through prison, but enough for Donald Trump to have returned – not in the way he would have imagined – to make history in the United States. The former Republican president turned himself in this Thursday to the Georgia authorities, where a Grand Jury charged him last week with 13 charges for trying to manipulate the results of the 2020 elections in the state.
As the other 18 defendants in the case have done, Donald Trump has turned himself in at the Fulton prison, although his stay in prison has been brief because the former president of the United States has deposited the $200,000 bail agreed by his legal team this Monday and that allow him to continue his primary campaign to become the Republican Party’s candidate for the White House.
However, the provisional freedom of Donald Trump means that the Republican candidate cannot intimidate any of the other 18 accused or the possible witnesses of a trial that, however, will not separate him from his race to return to the presidency of the States States nor does it affect his chances of becoming the Republican nominee. Trump leads the polls, with a lot of difference over his opponents, which has allowed him not to attend the first party debate to choose his representative.