Trump Is Back, Social Media Bans Are Not Going To Hold Him Down

Trump Is Back, Social Media Bans Are Not Going To Hold Him Down
The Siliconreview
31 March, 2021

We all know what happened on January 6, 2021. Following a deadly insurrection at the US Capitol, the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, was banned from multiple social media platforms. A vehement critic of the present Biden-Harris government, Trump has been outspoken on America's current affairs since he took his leave from the white house. Now, he is back online with a swanky new website that will reach out to his supporters in the country and help him stay in touch with them.

The online tabloids have been rife with the news of the possible return of Donald Trump through a rumored social media platform that he is said to be building himself. But going by top Trump adviser Jason Miller, the platform may take a few months. But the new Trump website,, comes as a surprise.

The landing page of features high profile and quality photos clicked during Trump's time in the oval office, along with a declaration that indicates that the website could possibly work as a virtual Office of the 45th president. From the declaration, one could easily surmise that the website will act as a medium to advance his "America First" agenda. "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 website's landing page read.

His supporters can further request participation in events, submit letters and ask for personalized greetings from Donald and Melania Trump through the website.

Since the Facebook and Twitter ban, Trump has relied on press releases and television appearances to make public statements. He has, by far, been largely silent on his possible return to run for the presidency in 2024. But the website and Trump's rumored social media platform could give him something that he could build on in the next three years.