President Trump Administration White House Records Archives

The Trump Administration White House archives are at:

Content Source/Owner:
National Archives
Archived Presidential White House Websites
White House websites are Presidential records. The official files that make up a Presidential administration’s website are preserved in our Executive Office of the President Electronic Records Archive. In order for the public to easily access the websites, the National Archives has taken an additional step to “freeze” the White House websites and make them available online. Because the archived websites are hosted by the National Archives and are historical material, they are no longer updated. Any broken links (internal or external) will not be updated. 
The archived websites are an excellent resource for photographs, speeches, press releases, digital data and other public domain records.
Donald J. Trump

In January 2021, the following websites were archived as a way to preserve the online presence of the administration of President Donald J. Trump. 
The archived White House website is a useful resource for photographs, speeches, press releases, and other public domain records of the Trump Presidency from 2017-2021.
The “Be Best” Initiative was developed by First Lady Melania Trump to focus on major issues facing children today. It concentrated on three main pillars: well-being, online safety, and opioid abuse.
The Artificial Intelligence for the American People website was a resource for those who want to learn more about how to take full advantage of the opportunities of AI.
Archived Coronavirus Disease 2019 Website
The Coronavirus Disease 2019 website is a resource of information related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Trump administration’s Coronavirus Disease 2019 website was preserved at the end of the administration. To avoid confusion, the National Archives has decided to delay release of a “frozen in time” copy of the website. When the current public health crisis has ended, the National Archives will make the preserved website available online.
The Crisis Next Door website was created as a portal for Americans to share their stories about opioid addiction or recovery.
The “We the People” site was a platform used during the administration that allowed the public to create a petition online, share it, and collect signatures. If a petition gathered 100,000 signatures in 30 days, the White House reviewed the petition and issued an official response.
The Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative was created and led by Ivanka Trump as the     first whole-of-government effort to advance global women’s economic empowerment.

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