Trump created a website to communicate with supporters

Former US President Donald Trump, whose accounts are blocked in most social networks, has launched a website where he intends to communicate with supporters.

Website published online under the heading “From the table of Donald Trump” with a photo of the former president working with documents at the table. The site is built on the Campaign Nucleus platform, designed to help conservative politicians communicate with the audience without intermediaries.

Trump’s recent statements have been moved to the site. Users can share statements on their own social networks.

It is not possible to subscribe to notifications from Trump yet – the site gives an error due to overload.

In the “header” of the site, a 30-second video is posted. Against the background of the globe, the news that Trump was blocked in social networks is heard, then the picture is enlarged and shows first the state of Florida, and then the Trump residence Mar-a-Lago. “In a time of silence and lies, the beacon of freedom rises,” reads the caption.

“This is a place to talk freely and safely,” reads the next caption.

The site is launched a day before Facebook’s advisory board is due to decide whether to unblock Trump’s account.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
Function: Chief-Editor