The resource allows users to “share their thoughts” with the 45th President of the United States and his wife Melania
US Donald Trump has launched a website designed to communicate with his supporters, Fox News reported on Tuesday.
According to the website, the resource is intended to “preserve the great legacy of the Trump administration and promote the America first agenda.” The Republican’s office “will strive to inform, educate, and inspire Americans from all walks of life.”
The resource allows users to “share their thoughts” with the 45th President of the United States and his wife Melania. Supporters of the former president, filling out a form with their contact information, will be able to leave an application to invite the Trump couple to any event or to greet them on some special occasion.
On March 21, Trump spokesman Jason Miller told Fox News that the former president will return to social media in two or three months and post on his own platform. On March 22, the former White House boss confirmed this intention, and Trump’s Twitter account was blocked in his final weeks as president. He was also denied the ability to post on Facebook and Instagram. This happened shortly after on January 6, supporters of Trump, who was then the head of the US administration, tried to prevent the approval of the results of the presidential elections held on November 3 last year in the US Congress. Democrat Joe Biden won them. In connection with the incident, the Democrats initiated the impeachment procedure for Trump. The US Senate acquitted him.