For this, you have to visit 45office.com and go to the page which deals with "scheduling."
Trump has not been able to interact with his supporters the way he used to since being banned from social media. But there's another way to get in touch with him. It's through a new website and of course, there's a catch. It is only for you to make bookings if you want the former POTUS and his wife to make a personal appearance for an event of yours. For this, you have to visit 45office.com and go to the page which deals with "scheduling." Those who are "interest[ed] in inviting Donald J Trump or Melania Trump to participate in your event," are instructed to fill the form provided by the website. Among several questions that are required to be answered some of them are: "Will Media be Present?" and if any "Notable Attendees" are expected to arrive.
Rent-a-Trump... nah I would rather go without, thank you— Janina Mozejko (@JaninaZJanina) March 30, 2021
A statement on the website reads, "Thank you for your interest in receiving a greeting from Donald J. Trump and Melania Trump for your special occasion. Please allow up to 6 weeks for the processing of your request. Due to the volume of greeting requests President and Mrs. Trump receive, we will not provide status updates. Additionally, please do not re-submit your request. Duplicate requests will supersede original submissions and therefore result in a significant delay in processing. Thank you for your understanding."
Actually, given Trump's record, you basically are booking the coronavirus.— Paul Sayers (@RandomCharStr) March 30, 2021
While major public figures and former Presidents sign up with professional agencies who manage their public speaking events, Trump decided to have full control over his own image. Trump's new website also offers personalized greetings - however, unlike most celebrities, including his former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski who joined hands with the website Cameo to sell messages and greetings, the 74-year-old's site does not reveal if the services and scheduled personal appearances are chargeable.
“Among questions to be answered are “Will Media be Present?” and whether any “Notable Attendees” are expected.” If the answers to either are “No” then less likely the trumps will be attending. Unless there’s lots of money involved. 😂😂😂— Laura F T (@LauraTripp57) March 30, 2021
Listed under occasions on which you can request a greeting are: "Birthday (adult), Birthday (child), Birthday (veteran), Military retirement, Wedding, Wedding anniversary, Condolence, New baby welcome, Graduation, Girl Scout gold award and Eagle Scout award". They are also offering people a chance to "share your throughs" with the former first couple, who apparently still "enjoy hearing from the American people." It wouldn't be a surprise if Trump gets pranked by people who post requests on his website because it won't be the first time for such a thing to happen. Just last year, Lewandowski was paid by a comedian to congratulate a fictional kid for "using the big boy toilet" and "doing a great job with your poopies," according to The Guardian. But it looks like Trump's staff is trying to filter out such embarrassing requests.
The answer is probably yes - if you have enough $$$— Timo Smieszek (@TSmieszek) March 30, 2021
When news about Trump's website reached Twitter, people had some interesting things to say. Use @DipFresgiest wrote: ...a lot of former people do the Obama and Bush have the same site except Trump isn't stating whether he's charging for a personal greeting or not. He is however asking media will be present for any notable names will be there basically attention-seeking. User @Juduth harrigan shared: Seriously? That’s the last booking that I would ever make! I’m SO relieved not to see either of them on the daily news. A third, User @MentoGabe chimed in: Strange that a supposed billionaire would have to do something like this for money. Or steal from a charity for dogs.
NEW: Facebook has removed a video featuring former President Trump, a company spokesperson said Wednesday, citing his indefinite suspension from the platform. The video was posted by his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump. https://t.co/DVKmBArL6S— MSNBC (@MSNBC) March 31, 2021
Trump had his first interview since he left the White House with his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump on her online news show The Right View recently. However, social media platforms were quick to take off the interview from her page. According to BBC, Lara Trump posted a video of herself interviewing her husband Eric Trump's father. She later posted a screenshot of an email she received from Facebook about the ban: We are reaching out to let you know that we removed content from Lara Trump’s Facebook Page that featured President Trump speaking. In line with the block we placed on Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts, further content posted in the voice of Donald Trump will be removed and result in additional limitations on the accounts.