Trump Launches ‘45 Office’ Website To “Stay In Touch” With Supporters

Former President Donald Trump launched a website Monday along with former First Lady Melania Trump that would allow the former Republican chief executive to stay in touch with his supporters.

His representatives said the website “will allow individuals to submit correspondence, scheduling requests, and press inquiries for President and Mrs. Trump.”

It will also coordinate future appearances for the former POTUS and FLOTUS.

“The Office of Donald J. Trump is committed to preserving the magnificent legacy of the Trump Administration, while at the same time advancing the America First agenda. Through civic engagement and public activism, the Office of Donald J. Trump will strive to inform, educate, and inspire Americans from all walks of life as we seek to build a truly great American Future,” the homepage of the site states.

“Through this office, President Trump will remain a tireless champion for the hardworking men and women of our great country – and for their right to live in safety, dignity, prosperity, and peace,” it added.

Aside from the about page of the site, it also has tabs to contact the former President: a “share your thought” panel, a “schedule request tab,” as well as a “request a greeting” section.

“Donald J. Trump and Melania Trump enjoy hearing from the American people.  In an effort to ensure that your requests and comments are received in a timely manner, it is strongly encouraged that you submit all correspondence online,” the section said, noting that the former President and Mrs. Trump  “prefers not to receive letters, gifts, inquiries, and invitations through the mail.”

Members of the press could also reach out to the former President directly through the newly-launched website.

“President and Mrs. Trump is continually strengthened by the enduring spirit of the American people, and they look forward to staying in touch,”  his office said in a separate statement.

Trump has been outspoken about current issues in the country since exiting the White House in January 20 — although he would often rely on statements issued through his affiliates, or his own television appearances to voice his sentiments to the American public.

Prior to this, the former president would connect to his followers and supporters through his various social media. But in the wake of the January 6 chaos at Capitol Hill, mostly-left leaning tech companies moved to ban the former chief executive from most social media platforms citing “risks of inciting violence” through his posts. 

Last week, Trump’s top adviser Jason Miller announced that the former president would make a social media comeback using his “own platform” —  which he said then could come within the next few months.

Trump’s social media platform will “completely redefine the game” and attract millions of users, Miller added.

While holding off on announcing any firm plans for 2024, former President Trump pledged to play an active role in shaping the Republican Party ahead of the 2022 midterm elections including retaking the House majority.

He has already made several endorsements the past weeks as well as announced plans to back challengers of his GOP rivals who sided with Democrats during the impeachment proceedings against him.

Some of his early endorsements went Senators Jerry Moran (Kansas),  John Boozman (Arkansas), John Kennedy (Louisiana), and Mike Crapo (Idaho). The former president has also endorsed his former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders for Arkansas governor,  Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin for attorney general as well as Julia Letlow the widow of Rep-elect Luke Letlow, as well as South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster.

Meanwhile, his website wrote: “President Trump knows that as long as we remain faithful to our citizens, our country, and our God, then Americas best days are yet to come.

Steeve Strange

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