On Monday, March 29, former President Donald Trump launched a new website.
According to him, the new site tells the truth about the "magnificent legacy" of his time in office.
Others however are seeing more of the alternative facts that were a hallmark of the Trump White House.
What Donald Trump's https://t.co/KSweqjfO1i site says about his "magnificent legacy" https://t.co/mF9wiMFexg— Newsweek (@Newsweek)1617099261.0
Twitter felt Donald Trump's takes on how he handled the pandemic, the economy and 2020's racial justice movement were a bit...biased to say the least.
@Newsweek Why would/should we be interested in Donald’s legacy? #askingforafriend— Michael Shaffer (@Michael Shaffer)1617099436.0
It seems without access to social media, President Trump had to take his version of reality elsewhere.
Trump's new website claims he "launched the most extraordinary political movement in history... defeating the Washi… https://t.co/EIlCp06sjH— Andrew Solender (@Andrew Solender)1617060361.0
@AndrewSolender 400,000 + deaths during his presidency would tell a different story. Trump is legit trying to re-write history.— remmy robertson (@remmy robertson)1617060587.0
On the subject of the environment, Trump's website even claimed he had "a robust commitment to environmental conservation" and he was "prioritizing the clean-up of major pollution sites and investing billions in clean water infrastructure."
@AndrewSolender @MalcolmNance In his dreams— legidud_7 (@legidud_7)1617098306.0
@AndrewSolender @MalcolmNance So he’s providing exhibits for Dominion’s defamation suit against him. Very stable genius.— Ginger Pimpernel (@Ginger Pimpernel)1617094791.0
Disgraced ex-President Trump launches new website where he falsely brags of his “magnificent legacy”, and where you… https://t.co/CjLMMMM0bZ— Mike Sington (@Mike Sington)1617101953.0
It's not unusual for politicians to paint a rosy picture of their accomplishments, but Trump's website felt too much like propaganda for many.
@guardian Nor does it mention that he lost the House, Senate and Presidency in a short 24 months.— brian angelle (@brian angelle)1617100558.0
@guardian The “let’s have a fantasy” website?— debidiamonds (@debidiamonds)1617100267.0
@kristina_wong Have you read their biographies on there? I simultaneously vomited and choked on full-bodied laughter.— John 🦸🏻 (@John 🦸🏻)1617082390.0
It seems President Trump hasn't become any more committed to the facts since leaving office.
@d_twit @kristina_wong Or https://t.co/X6hajMaVjw— I.M's Favorite Bedbug ~ bIm (@I.M's Favorite Bedbug ~ bIm)1617080450.0
@guardian Why isn’t he in jail yet?— Roxygirl10 (@Roxygirl10)1617100209.0
@AbsorbUnderwear @guardian https://t.co/WysCZyvTnr— jaywalker (@jaywalker)1617100574.0
Many predicted the website would age poorly on the ever-evolving internet.
@kristina_wong Grifters gonna grift...— MKultra (@MKultra)1617081643.0
@kristina_wong Alright Anonymous, you’re up. Do your thing. https://t.co/CtWLVnVBdL— Ker718 (@Ker718)1617085914.0
@kristina_wong FORMER twice impeached president.— Just Breathe...aka Steph (@Just Breathe...aka Steph)1617083720.0
You can write anything you want online...but that doesn't guarantee anyone will believe it.