Trump’s policy statements from the campaign “vanished” from his website

❝ The Trump campaign website got an upgrade this week. According to a news release from the president’s reelection campaign (yes, already), it’s now a one-stop shop for “fact-based information” that the mainstream media doesn’t want you to know about.

On, you can check out never-before-seen rally photos, buy merchandise and get the real, unfiltered scoop on what your president is up to.

❝ Sounds pretty handy. One problem: The website revamp also appears to have vanished every single news release and public statement issued during President Trump’s first campaign.

Gone is Trump’s call in 2015 for a ban on Muslim visitors… also his famous statement on “COMPELLING MEXICO TO PAY FOR THE WALL..he complained that no one read the bill enabling Obamacare – though eventually no one read the crap Trumpcare bill the House just passed – and that complaint also disappeared…

❝ You can read them all on the Internet Archive. There’s also a faster-loading cut-and-paste archive at the American Presidency Project.

I don’t know if he thought the only place people were linking to – to prove which lies happened when; but, lots of folks, even robots, keep records of everything posted to the Web. Even Trump’s fake news.

3 thoughts on “Trump’s policy statements from the campaign “vanished” from his website

  1. Sticks & stones says:

    “The Autocrat’s Language” by Masha Gessen The New York Review of Books Adapted from the Arthur Miller “Freedom to Write Lecture” with leading Russian and American journalist and author Masha Gessen followed by a longer conversation with Samantha Bee, host of “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” on May 7, 2017.

  2. Memory hole says:

    “Politicians have used you and stolen your votes. They have given you nothing. I will give you everything. I will give you what you’ve been looking for for 50 years. I’m the only one.”
    Donald Trump at a campaign rally on May 26, 2016, in Bismarck, North Dakota.

  3. Banjo Bob says:

    After Luther Strange Lost Alabama’s GOP Senate Race last night, Trump Deleted Tweets Telling People To Vote For Him Despite Trump’s endorsement, and his appearance at a rally in Alabama last week, Strange came up short. As predicted, he lost Tuesday night’s election to Moore, who will now go on to face Democrat Doug Jones, a former US Attorney, in the general election.

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