What's The Georgia Election Case Against Trump

Donald Trump was arrested on Thursday for allegedly attempting to overturn the 2020 Georgia election results, which he had lost to Joe Biden.

Facing his fourth set of charges this year, Donald Trump's legal troubles grow as he eyes a potential return to the White House in the 2024 presidential election.

Accused of conspiring with 18 co-defendants to overturn the Georgia election, Trump arrived at Atlanta's Fulton County Jail for booking and bond release.

Trump, the inaugural US president to confront criminal charges, was booked on 13 counts related to alleged election interference in Georgia, where he was defeated by Joe Biden.

The case against Trump presents evidence, including a recorded phone call, where he purportedly urged Georgia's former secretary of state to locate additional votes to overturn the outcome.

He faced arrest for violating Georgia's Racketeer Influenced And Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act and six conspiracy counts related to alleged forgery, impersonation, and submitting false documents.

18 co-defendants, including Trump's former attorney Rudy Giuliani, were indicted. Charges against Giuliani involve influencing local legislators regarding the election result. Trump's ex-chief of staff Mark Meadows was also indicted.