• Donald and Melania Trump launched their new personal website,
  • Some Twitter users were not impressed with the new website
  • Trump's supporters were happy about the announcement and have begun leaving him messages on the new site

Former President Donald Trump is back on the internet with the launch of his new website, and social media users have mixed opinions about it.

Trump and former first lady Melania Trump announced their new site,, which is "committed to preserving the magnificent legacy of the Trump Administration, while at the same time advancing the America First agenda," USA Today reported. This comes months after he was banned from Twitter and other platforms in the aftermath of the January Capitol insurrection.

The new website also stated that the goal of Trump's office will be to inform, educate and inspire Americans "from all walks of life as we seek to build a truly great American Future" through civic engagement and public activism.

Some Twitter users were not happy about the announcement, while a number mocked the website and its design.

"Invitation to hack. With a vengeance," one person wrote.

"Lol how long will it be until it’s hacked?" another critic tweeted, adding a laughing emoji.

"I needed a good laugh: thanks! The guy thinks we're 2017! No masks & most pictures show him without head (don't know who the webdesigner was, but s/he hates him putting a large 1/3 page up banner Watch 'about' & the Teletubbies 'Contact' & his sharpie! Dementia hits hard," a third person commented with a laughing emoji.

"One of the wackiest website. It's like a talent agent's website desperately trying 2 dig up gigs to kids birthday parties/weddings and bah mitzvahs while massaging his ego so he can sit down every night and read about the 'mythical acccomplishments of Trump' in one concise area," another critic added.

However, Trump's supporters appeared happy that they now have a platform to reach him once more. They celebrated his return to the internet following his bans from several apps, websites and social media platforms, including Facebook, Snapchat, TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter and Twitch. 

"Cheers to your new website, Mr. President!" one tweeted.

"The best website in the world!" another supporter added.

"I live in Australia why can’t we join the new trump office website. There is a lot of us in the world who love president trump," a third user asked.

"I love this page, where there is a dropdown for Press Inquiry, to ask if it's for Donald Trump, or Melania. :) I would love a husband like this!" another tweeted.

"I just sent President Trump a message on his new website. I hope he gets millions of messages of love and support tonight," a fifth netizen added.

The Trumps' new website is expected to serve as a platform for their announcements. The website invites people to "share your thoughts" using an online form, noting the Trumps "enjoy hearing from the American people."

Members of the public may also request a greeting for a special occasion from the Trumps or request that they attend an event. However, the website's greetings page states that it will take up to six weeks to process the requests due to the high number it received, CNN noted.

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