Trump launches new personal website dedicated to preserving political legacy

Former U.S. President Donald J. Trump (R-Trump) launched a new website,, on Monday (March 29) dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Trump Administration and his post-presidency activities.

“The Office of Donald J. Trump is committed to preserving the magnificent legacy of the Trump Administration while advancing the America First agenda.” The login page reads.

“Through civic engagement and public activism, Donald J. Trump’s office will work to inform, educate and inspire Americans from all walks of Life as we seek to build a truly great American future. Through this office, President Trump will work tirelessly to continue the fight for the hardworking men and women of our great nation and for their right to live in safety, dignity, prosperity and peace.”

The website’s About page celebrates the former president’s legacy on key policies, including: tackling the COVID-19 pandemic, resolving the southern border crisis, securing a Middle East peace deal and more.

“Whether it’s fighting viruses, fighting foreign terrorists, creating jobs, securing America’s borders, unleashing the American energy industry, reviving American patriotism or restoring the American spirit, President Trump has never wavered in defending our values, our families, our heritage and our freedoms.” The page said.

“President Trump knows that America’s best days are ahead as long as we remain faithful to our citizens, our country and our God.”’s Home page last Monday featured photos of Trump taken at multiple events with First Lady Melania, members of the military and world leaders during his presidency.

The site also allows the public to send messages to the former president and first lady, as well as book their appearances at events and request greetings from them.

The website was registered on Jan. 12, the week before Trump left the White House. The page remained blank until Monday, except for a basic black-and-white logo. Some of Trump’s statements have been posted on, which had been the Trump campaign’s main website.

The revamp of and the launch of mark Trump’s first digital footprint after social media giants Twitter and Facebook banned him from using the platform.

The former president is now working to build his own social media platform. Corey Lewandowski, a former senior Trump adviser, said the platform is an interactive communication tool that allows Trump supporters to view, respond to and share his messages.