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Donald Trump, Melania Trump launch post-White House website
Weeks after establishing their respective post-White House offices, former President Donald Trump and former first lady Melania Trump attempt to expand their reach further to their supporters. The Trumps recently launched their post-White House website.
The former first couple recently launched their post-White House website for their respective offices. The site, 45office.com, may serve as the official platform of Trumps’ announcements as the former president is banned from most major social media accounts. The biographies of both the former president and the former first lady are also shown on the site, which also touts the achievements of the Trump administration. The Trumps’ post-White House site also has submission forms for the public to send the former first couple messages, including a request to book either Trump or Mrs. Trump for special engagements or greetings.
“Through civic engagement and 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 American Future. 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,” the homepage reads.
Prior to the launch of the website, the former president has mostly resorted to releasing statements but has reportedly expressed concerns regarding getting his message through. Without his preferred social media platform of choice, Twitter, Trump’s statements still have the same tone as his tweets. The former president was permanently banned from Twitter following the January 6 insurrection, leading other platforms to follow suit.
In other news, a federal judge ruled to void the non-disclosure agreement that the Trump campaign required its employees to sign during the former president’s 2016 bid. US District Court Judge Paul Gardephe, who was appointed by George W. Bush, cited the language used by the campaign to get its staff members to sign the NDA was very vague that the agreement was invalid under the New York contract law. Gardephe also noted that the non-disparagement clause included in the NDA was also just as flawed.