Donald Trump says he will turn himself in at Fulton County Jail in Atlanta on Thursday.
Former President confirmed previous reports of his surrender date with his own fiery Truth Social post Monday night.
“Can you believe that? I will be traveling to Atlanta, Georgia on Thursday to be ARRESTED by a far-left district attorney, Fani Willis, who is overseeing one of the largest homicide and violent crime disasters in American history,” he wrote.
“In my case, the trip to Atlanta isn’t for ‘murder’, it’s for the PERFECT PHONE! She has campaigned for this witch hunt and continues to campaign and raise funds. This is done in strict coordination with the Crooked Joe Biden’s Department of Justice. It’s about election interference!”
District Attorney Fani Willis had given the former president and his 18 co-conspirators until noon Friday to surrender after indictments were announced by a Fulton County grand jury Aug. 14.
Fulton County prosecutors have indicted Trump under Georgia’s racketeering and corrupt organization laws, accusing the Republican of concocting a plan to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election so he can remain in office.
Multiple criminal charges are also being filed against the President’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and former law professor John Eastman.
Earlier Monday, the Fulton County Attorney’s Office set Trump’s bail at $200,000.
The terms of the provisional release also prohibit Trump, who is the 2024 presidential candidate, from intimidating his co-defendants or witnesses online or in person.
An order signed by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee said: “The defendant shall not take any action to intimidate any person known to be a co-defendant or a witness in this case, or to to obstruct the administration of justice in any other way.”
“The above includes, but is not limited to, social media posts or reposts of another person’s social media posts.”
Though Trump faces criminal prosecution in four separate cases, the Fulton County case is the first of four in which cash bail has been set for the self-proclaimed billionaire.
He was released on a personal basis after facing charges in Miami over alleged mishandling of confidential documents at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida.
In Washington, DC, Trump was ordered not to communicate with witnesses and/or co-defendants in the federal election subversion case without his attorney present.
He was instructed to hire an attorney when communicating with anyone involved in his New York hush money case.
Last week, Fulton County Sheriff Patrick Labat said Trump and the co-defendants would not receive special treatment if they appear for the arraignment.
“Your status doesn’t matter. We’ve got a mugshot ready for you. Unless someone tells me otherwise, we follow our normal practices,” he said said NPR.