Former U.S. President Donald Trump was blocked from social media before he left office, but now he has set up a personal website to keep in touch with his supporters and to promote his America First agenda. The website describes his Time in office, talking about how President Trump acted early and decisively “when the plague came from China.
According to comprehensive media reports, Trump is “rewriting the history of his presidency” with his new personal website, www.45office.com.
The home page shows photos taken at various events during Trump’s presidency with his wife Melania, members of the military and world leaders. The website 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.
Opening the website’s home page, the page message reads, “The Trump Office is committed to preserving the prominent political legacy of the Trump Administration while advancing the America First agenda.”
The website has a number of other statements that say, “Through civic engagement and public activism, the Trump 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 continue to provide tireless support for the hard-working men and women of our great nation and their right to live in safety, dignity, prosperity and peace.”
The website’s self-introduction lists Trump’s time in office in 885 words, highlighting Trump’s greatest accomplishments, which he often cites. These include fighting foreign terrorists, creating jobs, securing America’s borders, unleashing America’s energy industry, reviving American patriotism and restoring the American spirit, and fighting the Epidemic that caused suffering in every country around the world when the Chinese Communist virus (New Coronavirus) spread from China, and President Trump acted early and decisively.
Below the self-introduction page, there is a section on Trump’s wife, Melania. It focuses on her upbringing in Slovenia, mentions that she is “proud” to be an American citizen, and then goes on to discuss her philanthropic work, with a focus on the welfare of children.
Melania’s profile also touches on her time as first lady, briefly discussing her international travels and the foreign diplomats she has met. It concludes by saying she “looks forward to continuing her work on behalf of children and the issues she is passionate about.
Trump’s new website is open to the public to get in touch with the former president and his wife and allows people to send in their thoughts and opinions. Trump and his wife can also be invited to events to request greeting cards.
When requesting an appointment with Trump and Melania, you will be asked to fill out forms, including whether the media will be present and how many guests will attend the event.
“Through civic engagement and public action, Trump’s office will work to inform, educate and inspire Americans from all walks of life as it seeks to build a truly great American future,” the website says.
Trump has left office on Jan. 20, 2021, and after the Jan. 6 congressional event, several big tech companies such as Twitter terminated Trump’s account, leaving Trump without a platform to use for public messages since he left the White House.
On January 25, Trump announced the establishment of the official 45th “Office of the Former President” in Florida, responsible for handling his correspondence and itinerary and other related matters, continuing to promote his political philosophy during his presidency, and emphasizing that he will always fight for the people.
Trump’s new website and the “former president’s office” will be the official channels for Trump’s news releases.
Trump still has a lot of influence over the Republican Party, and he has hinted that he may run for the presidency again in 2024.
A Gallup poll in February showed that Trump still has about 80% support among Republican voters, while a Quinnipiac University poll showed that 75% of Republican respondents support Trump’s comeback.