Trump's latest digital trading cards feature new 'mugshot edition'

WASHINGTON (TND) — A new line of Donald Trump’s digital trading cards pay homage to the former president’s mugshot.

Trump said “the mugshot edition” is for sale just in time for the holiday season and would make a perfect gift. He said the collection includes 47 “stunning” cards, with each card costing $99.

The post included a promotional video of Trump talking about the cards, as well as the suit.

“It was a great suit – believe me, a really good suit. It’s all cut up and you’re going to get a piece of it,” he says in the footage, adding that it is “a true collectors item” and “an exclusive piece of American history.”

Trump went on to say he wished he looked as good in real life as he is portrayed in the images on the cards.

“They give me muscles where, believe me, I don’t have them,” he said.

He ends the video by saying, “Have a good life.”

Trump urged the public to order the cards as soon as possible.

“Don’t wait, they’ll go FAST (I believe!) I’m happy if you’re happy. Have fun. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!” he wrote.

He also shared a link to collecttrumpcards.com, which noted the cards are NFTs and “intended as collectible items for individual enjoyment only, not for investment purposes.”

“We are a community of collectors. All Trump Digital Trading Cards: MugShot Edition, are non-transferrable until December 31, 2024. Be part of the Trump community!” according to the website. “Just Like Baseball Cards, But You Collect Them Digitally!”

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Trump started selling merchandise that featured a fake mug shot before he surrendered to authorities at the Fulton County Jail in late-August. The real image is on multiple items in his campaign store, including coffee mugs to Christmas stockings.

It marked the first time in U.S. history a booking photo for a former president had ever been taken. The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office released the mugshot on Aug. 30 after he was charged with illegally scheming to overturn the 2020 presidential election in in Georgia. He lost the election to now-President Joe Biden.

Now, the Supreme Court is set to hear a case that might undo hundreds of Jan. 6 prosecutions, including charges against Trump.

The Associated Press on Wednesday reported the justices “will review an appellate ruling that revived a charge against three defendants accused of obstruction of an official proceeding.”

If the court strikes down the charges, it would be huge for Trump, who is again running a campaign to take back the White House. He is currently the 2024 Republican presidential primary front-runner.

“I’M LEADIN(G) CROOKED JOE BIDEN IN VIRTUALLY EVERY POLL,” Trump wrote on Truth Social Wednesday. “I AM LEADING NIKKI (HALEY) BY 50, AND MORE! SUNUNU RAN, WITHOUT ANNOUNCING, BUT POLLED BADLY, AND DROPPED OUT!”