Fake images showing the supposed arrest of former President Donald Trump are circulating on social media, but they're generated using artificial intelligence and are not authentic. Share this RumorGuard entry now and let your friends and family know about this new kind of convincing (and often misleading) technology.
These images of Trump being arrested are fakes generated by AI
After former President Donald Trump announced that he expected to get arrested for charges related to a hush money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels, a flurry of images circulated on social media. These were generated using artificial intelligence and depicted Trump being taken into custody. Let's take a closer look at these AI-generated images.
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