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Donald Trump Unveils ‘MugShot’ NFT Collection in Latest Venture

Donald Trump Unveils NFT Venture

Former U.S. President Donald Trump has ventured into the realm of nonfungible tokens (NFTs) once again, introducing his third NFT drop titled “MugShot.”

This collection revolves around the theme of his current criminal indictments.

The digital trading cards are priced at $99 each and can be purchased using credit cards or Wrapped Ether (wETH).

Notably, these cards are non-transferrable until 31 December 2024.

To acquire the NFTs, buyers must provide Know Your Customer (KYC) information, even if opting to pay with cryptocurrency.

Donald Trump NFT’s Theme

The MugShot collection commemorates a pivotal moment in history: Trump’s formal arrest in Fulton County, Georgia, on 24 August 2023.

“On Thursday, August 24, 2023, President Trump was formally arrested in Fulton County, Georgia. This is a moment in history – it’s the first-ever mugshot of a United States President. In the photo, Trump has a furrowed brow with a determined gaze which says he’ll never surrender.”

It features the first-ever mugshot of a United States President, capturing Trump with a furrowed brow and a determined gaze that seemingly signifies resilience.

The former U.S. President wrote:

“Never surrender!”

Each digital trading card comes with a price tag of $99, and purchasers of 47 or more cards stand a chance to receive a unique incentive –

“A piece of the president’s ACTUAL suit from his famous mugshot & dinner at Mar-a-Lago with the President.”

Successive NFT Endeavours

This release follows the success of Trump’s previous NFT drops.

Additionally, Melania Trump, the former First Lady, has ventured into the NFT space with her own collection.

Trump’s Political Turmoil

Donald Trump, is actively pursuing a non-consecutive second term in the upcoming 2024 U.S. presidential election.

Since the beginning of this year, Trump has faced indictments from both state and federal authorities, with allegations spanning business fraud and attempts to overturn the 2020 U.S. presidential election, resulting in a total of 91 felony charges.

Notably, the U.S. Constitution lacks provisions that automatically disqualify individuals, whether suspects or convicted criminals, from running for federal office.

Furthermore, the enforcement of the 14th Amendment, which prohibits convicted insurrectionists from holding public office, necessitates congressional action.

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