Trump leans into mugshot, indictments with new trading cards

Trump teased a special physical card that one can acquire upon purchase of all 47 NFTs.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

On Tuesday, 2024 GOP frontrunner former President Donald Trump announced a new release of his digital trading cards, this time focusing on his mugshot taken in Fulton County, Georgia, as well as the numerous indictments against him.

47 new digital NFT cards have been released, with Trump revealing that if a person purchases all 47, they will receive a physical card that includes a piece of the suit he wore to take the famous mugshot, some of which will be autographed.

Those who purchase all the cards will also be invited to have dinner with Trump at his Palm Beach Mar-a-Lago residence.

The new editions of the cards feature Trump in a variety of scenes and outfits, with taglines that include "Trump was right about everything," "America first," and "Never surrender."

"Some people call these cards pop art or modern art, I wish I looked as good as I do on those cards and I can tell you, they give me muscles where, believe me, I don’t have them," Trump joked in his announcement.

When the 2024 leading candidate announced his second round of digital trading cards, Trump posted the announcement to Facebook and Instagram, marking the first time he had posted on those platforms since January 5, 2021.

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