The website Donald Trump’s campaign used during the 2016 presidential election relaunched on Tuesday with a typo on the front page, as well as an entire section dedicated to the president’s first 100 days, something Trump previously dismissed as a ridiculous standard.
DonaldJTrump.com is the website on which campaign updates were posted all throughout the presidential election. Up until May 9th, that website was essentially unchanged, and it even had many of Trump’s outdated campaign pledges on it, such as his statement that he is calling for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.”
Now, the website has fully relaunched. The home page originally featured a box titled “#MadeInTheUSA,” with text that reads, “The inspiring story bout [sic] hundreds of American workers who manufactured the hats that became a symbol for our movement.”
The typo has since been corrected.
The campaign website also features a section dedicated to the first 100 days of President Trump’s administration. The title of this page is “First 100 Days: The Truth Mainstream Media Refuses To Tell.”
“The mainstream media lies,” the page says. “Don’t let fake news dominate the truth. President Trump promised to Make America Great Again and he is fulfilling his promise to you.”
President Donald Trump previously complained that the first 100 days is a ridiculous standard.
Also embedded on this 100 days page is a commercial touting Donald Trump’s achievements; this is the commercial that many cable networks including CNN refused to broadcast because it labels the mainstream media “fake news.”
This page goes on to list a series of truths that the “mainstream media is hiding.” Underneath the checklist is a quote from The Wall Street Journal, a mainstream media outlet.
Another section of the website touts President Donald Trump’s victory on November 8th.
“Ever the leader, Trump followed no rule book and took his message, ‘Make America Great Again’ directly to the people,” the website says. “Campaigning in historically democratic states and counties across the country, Trump was elected President in November 2016 in the largest electoral college landslide for a Republican in 28 years.”
The website says that Trump is “working hard to implement his ‘America First’ platform.”
As was the case during the campaign, Trump fans can donate money to the campaign on this website, with the set donation amounts being $35, $50, $75, $100, $250, $1,000, $2,700, and “other.” There is also a shop where Trump merchandise is being sold; much of the campaign merchandise is still being sold, and there are also new pieces of merchandise which make use of the number 45.