On his post-presidential website, Donald Trump is sending out personalized messages.
Former President Donald Trump has a sizable and devoted fan base, and he’s now made it possible for them to request a personalized post.
Supporters will send a message from ex-president and former first lady Melania Trump for a “special event” on Trump’s post-presidential website.
Former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton have all given people a way to contact them, and you can order a personalized memento from any of them.
It’s simple to request a message from the Trumps, and you can do so electronically right from his website. The form inquires about the occasion, the receiver and requestor, as well as any other information the former president should be aware of.
However, getting a letter from Trump is not assured, and it is important to prepare accordingly because it can take up to six weeks to receive one. The office also refuses to provide status reports and warns people not to resubmit a request because a duplicate would supersede the original and trigger processing delays.
“President and Mrs. Trump continue to receive support and encouragement from the American people, and they have received thousands of requests for greetings,” Jason Miller, a senior advisor to the former president, told Newsweek. “Donald J. Trump’s office will make every effort to respond to requests as soon as possible.”
Last November’s election saw record-breaking voter turnout, and Trump won the most votes of any Republican presidential nominee in history, despite losing to Joe Biden. He hasn’t ruled out running for president again in 2024, and a lot of his supporters are eager to support him as the Republican candidate.
According to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released Monday, six out of ten Republicans believe the election was “stolen” from the former president and that he should run again in 2024.
It is open to request a personalized message from Trump for a variety of occasions, including birthdays, marriages, anniversaries, graduations, and births. A letter from him for a military retirement may also be requested.
The greeting segment on Trump’s website closely parallels that on Obama’s. People may also request a greeting on Clinton and Bush’s websites, but only for military retirements. Clinton’s and Bush’s military retirement letters are only for those who have served for at least 20 years, while Trump’s are for those who have served for at least 30 years. There is no mention of a minimum service provision on Obama’s website.