Trump will travel to Georgia on Thursday night, according to a source familiar with the matter.

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Trump will travel to Georgia on Thursday night, according to a source familiar with the matter.

(CNN) — Former US President Donald Trump is expected to travel to Georgia to surrender at the Fulton County Jail on Thursday night, sources familiar with the plans told CNN.

Trump will leave his Bedminster golf club in the afternoon and return to New Jersey after the delivery. No events are expected at his club upon his return. His team hopes it will be a quick trip.

Trump’s team is also arranging for him to travel to Georgia to speak with reporters, though the former president may eventually pull out, sources said.

Trump was expected to answer questions from reporters after being questioned in Washington earlier this month, but he did not.

Giuliani, by the way

A source familiar with the case told CNN that Giuliani (along with at least two others) is traveling to Georgia.

Ahead of his trip to Georgia, Giuliani told CNN he was heading to Fulton County to get back at him.

“I’m going to Fulton County to comply with the law, as I always do. I don’t know if I’ll testify today, but if I do, I won’t plead guilty.”

Other Supplies and Contracts

Kenneth Chesbrough, the architect accused of creating the Trump campaign’s fake voter conspiracy, has turned himself in at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta.

District Attorney Fannie Willis last week charged Chesebro with seven state felonies, including violating Georgia’s organized crime statute, conspiracy to commit fraud and conspiracy to produce false documents.

Former Trump campaign lawyer Ray Smith also turned himself in. Prosecutor Willis charged Smith with 12 state felonies, including violating Georgia’s racketeering statute, soliciting a public official to violate his oath and conspiracy to commit fraud.

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Meanwhile, election attorney Sidney Powell reached a $100,000 bail deal with prosecutors Wednesday morning, according to court documents.

He will be subject to the same standard release conditions as his co-defendants in the Georgia election interference case, including a ban on committing additional crimes or contacting witnesses.

Powell has yet to turn himself in to Georgia authorities and the bond agreement calls for his extradition by noon this Friday.

Powell was one of Trump’s election lawyers and promoted unsubstantiated theories about voter fraud. He was also present at a White House meeting with Trump in December 2020, where his appointment as special counsel “to investigate allegations of voter fraud in Georgia and elsewhere” was discussed.

Marshall Cohen, Holmes Lybrand, Shawn Nottingham, Paula Reid, Alayna Treene and Kristen Holmes contributed to this report

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