May 09, 2017
Less than four months after President Donald Trump took over the White House, the administration is already shifting back into campaign mode, if it ever actually left.
There's a new website to prove it. Billing itself as a "one-stop" destination to learn about the president's accomplishment, the site calls for contributions from supporters to fund the 2020 reelection effort.
"Donald J. Trump is the very definition of the American success story, setting the standards of excellence in his business endeavors, and now, for the United States of America," the website proclaims.
One page on the website, "First 100 Days: The Truth Mainstream Media Refuses To Tell," hammers on Trump's insistence that the mainstream media has deliberately distorted his early days in office. Another page features a video about Cali-Fame Headwear, the American manufacturer that produced the president's red "Make America Great Again" hats.
Other features include a gift shop with a special section for Mother's Day.
President Trump currently holds a weighted average approval rate around 42.2 percent, according to an analysis by FIveThirtyEight. At the same point in their respective first terms, Barack Obama's approval rating was 66 percent, George W. Bush's approval rating was 53 percent and Bill Clinton's approval rating was 45 percent.