Donald Trump has launched a website that will host official statements.

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Former President Donald Trump unveiled a new website Tuesday to house his official remarks as Facebook considers lifting his ban from its sites.

The website “From the desk of Donald J. Trump” contains quotes from Trump dating back to March of this year.

Trump has made direct public appearances since he was barred from several mainstream social media outlets in the aftermath of the Capitol protests on January 6.

A video featuring audio clips criticizing Trump and his supporters for the riots and noting his social media bans describes the site as “a place to speak freely and safely.”

Trump spokesman Jason Miller wrote on Twitter that the website is “a great resource” to find Trump’s latest statements and “highlights from his first term in office” but was not the new social media platform Miller had teased in March.

The site does not provide any way for users to respond to or otherwise interact with Trump’s posts. It does include the option to share his statements to Twitter and Facebook as well as sign up for updates and contribute to Trump’s “Save America Joint Fundraising Committee.”

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At 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Facebook’s Oversight Board is set to announce whether it will lift its bans barring Trump from both Facebook and Instagram.

Donald Trump has launched a website that will host official statements.

Former President Donald Trump unveiled a new website Tuesday to house his official remarks as Facebook considers lifting his ban from its sites.

The website “From the desk of Donald J. Trump” contains quotes from Trump dating back to March of this year.

Trump has made direct public appearances since he was barred from several mainstream social media outlets in the aftermath of the Capitol protests on January 6.

 

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