THE Donald Trump raised nearly $20 million in the past three weeks, a campaign spokesman said Saturday, referring to the period that roughly coincides with the indictment of the former president in state and federal cases related to his false claims that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from him.

Since Thursday’s appearance at an Atlanta, Georgia jail, where he was photographed as part of his official arrest process — the first time that has happened to a former president in US history — Trump has raised $7.1 million, according to a post of Steven Cheung’s spokesperson at X (formerly Twitter).

Only on Friday, o Republican former president raised $4.18 million, making it the highest-grossing day for his campaign so far, Cheung added.

His photo, “mugshot” in English, taken by the sheriff’s department of the Georgia state capital, was circulated on T-shirts, mugs, mugs, posters and even dolls by supporters and opponents alike.

The photo in question of him sporting a red tie, shiny hair and a scowling look was taken as the Republican presidential candidate was arrested on more than 12 felony charges in a criminal case in which he is accused of trying to sway the outcome of his election 2020.

Trump, who was elected president in 2016 but was defeated by the Democratic incumbent Joe Biden in 2020, he is again vying for the Republican Party’s nomination for next year’s US presidential election.

Trump is facing four indictments so far, including two related to his false claims that he was robbed of his 2020 presidential victory and the January 6, 2021 attack on supporters on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Trump, who is leading his rivals in polls for the 2024 Republican primary, denies all the charges.

On August 15 he was indicted by a court Georgia following an investigation by Fulton County District Attorney Fannie Willis into his efforts to overturn his loss to Biden in the state’s 2020 presidential primary.

On August 3, he pleaded not guilty to charges brought against him by special counsel Jack Smith in federal court in Washington, D.C., of conspiracy to defraud the United States, preventing Congress from ratifying Biden’s 2020 election victory over him, and depriving voters of their right to fair elections.

Trump has also pleaded not guilty to charges that he illegally kept classified documents after he left the presidency and to accounting fraud in a New York case related to paying money to buy the former porn star’s silence. Stormy Daniels before the 2016 presidential election.