Former U.S. President Donald Trump and former first lady Melania Trump debuted on Monday a website called 45 Office, with hopes to stay in touch with supporters and coordinate appearances amid the ban of his social media accounts.

Trump's representatives said that the president's own website will allow people to submit correspondence, schedule, requests, and press inquiries for Trump and the former first lady, according to a Fox News report.

"President and Mrs. Trump are continually strengthened by the enduring spirit of the American people, and they look forward to staying in touch," Trump's office was quoted in a report.

Trump was earlier banned on Twitter and Facebook for inciting the Capitol riot that took the lives of people, including a police officer.

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45 Office Website

The website contains Trump's time in the White House and another page where supporters can submit comments to the former president, according to The Sun report

A message on the homepage says Trump will remain a champion for the hardworking men and women of the country, adding that Trump supports their right to live in safety, dignity, prosperity, and peace. 

45 Office's launch comes in less than three months of being out of office.

Facebook and Google are still deliberating whether to make the ban on Trump permanent. Meanwhile, Twitter has permanently banned the former president after a Trump mob breached the U.S. Capitol building in an attempt to overturn the election results.

Trump spokesman Jason Miller has announced on Mar. 21 that Trump is going to establish his own social media platform, according to a USA Today report.

At the time, Miller did not provide any further details about the launch of the former president's own website.

Trump's launch of his own website raised questions whether the former president will run for office once again. However, one distinguished professor declared that it is very unlikely Trump will run for office again in 2024.

Allan Lichtman cited Trump's $400 million-plus loans coming due, his huge IRS audit, and losing his Twitter account.

"That's a lot of baggage for somebody to run for president," Lichtman was quoted in The Grio report.

Lichtman predicted Trump's victory before 2016 elections, when all the major polls were saying that Hilary Clinton would be the next president.

Aside from financial burden, Trump is facing at least 29 civil and criminal lawsuits against him or his properties, according to The Miami Herald report.

Trump Twitter Ban

Twitter head Jack Dorsey said that banning Trump on the social media platform was the right thing to do. He added that the ban was in part of a failure of Twitter's, saying that it has not done enough to encourage healthy conversation on its platforms.

Twitter's chief said he did not feel the need to celebrate or feel bride in light of the ban, which came after the Capitol riot, according to a BBC report.

Dorsey added that the move would have consequences for an open and free internet.

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