United States President Donald Trump, famous for his Twitter usage, tweeted a link to a website that uses a new gTLD extension:
Joined the @HouseGOP Conference this morning at the U.S. Capitol. https://t.co/03e4YBIWr0 #PassTheBill #MAGA🇺🇸https://t.co/USjroMigmr pic.twitter.com/QCeRv9eHaE
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 21, 2017
You can see that President Trump’s tweet references and links to PassTheBill.GOP, a domain name that uses the .GOP new domain name extension. The .GOP extension is operated by the Republican State Leadership Committee.
The PassTheBill.GOP domain name is registered under privacy proxy, so I am not sure who actually owns this particular domain name. Whomever owns it is using it as a forwarder to a LeadPages.CO website that appears to be operated by an entity within the Republican Party.
As far as exposure goes, it doesn’t really get much broader than a mention on President Trump’s Twitter account (for better or worse).
I haven’t read the bill, but since President Trump is promoting it, I hope it becomes law.
Man, talk about some valuable free advertising for .GOP
“I haven’t read the bill, but since President Trump is promoting it, I hope it becomes law.”
THAT, people, is exactly why Americans are viewed as dump, stumbling idiots in other more refined countries of this world.
Stupid is as stupid does.
I think there are other examples, too, such as American Spring breakers visiting Mexico and chanting “build that wall”
Also, To be clear, I am an unaffiliated voter.
For me, it’s all about trust. I trust Trump until he gives me a reason not to (and it may happen).
I trusted Obama until I didn’t (the ACA was a lie from the beginning). Same with Bush and his lies that led to international conflict.
Maybe they’re all the same – I hope not.
Did you trust him during the entire time when he questioned (to put it nicely) President Obama’s birth records and birth location and then admitted that all was ok? How about when he said Mexico would pay for the aforementioned wall, which is now listed as an expense in the proposed US budget? How about the unsubstantiated wiretapping claims?
Here’s an interesting tidbit from Yahoo Finance this morning about his campaign promises regarding Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/gop-obamacare-repeal-bill-betrays-key-trump-campaign-promise-125941347.html
I admire the President for a few attributes, but I would not consider him trustworthy at all (or most politicians for that matter). It is especially disheartening because he ran on a premise that he wasn’t like other politicians and wanted to “drain the swamp.” Seems like the same BS still going on in “the swamp,” but with different people in the majority.
We all have a wish-list. For me it’s lower taxes, fixing Healthcare, and following-through on all of his promises regarding illegal immigration and border security. If he does those three things without simultaneously making massive errors in other areas, I will consider his presidency to be a successful one.
Yes, he’s a nut with what I believe are good intentions – but I’ll take nuts over corrupt every time.
I am not going to have a political discussion because I hate the state of politics. That said, I hope for your sake and mine, we all consider Mr. Trump’s presidency to be a success.
I don’t understand how everyone can’t see the massive financial conflicts of interest, and the advantage of information. I am sorry but America has really taken a step down in the eyes of the entire world right now.
It is my observation-based opinion that the Leftist mindset is a scourge to Humanity. Even with his litany of obvious shortcomings, I am glad we finally have a President who possesses the requisite amount of moxie to counter the scum who currently represent the “Left” in government.
Good to see Trump tweeting out a new G, .gop. Let’s the world know there’s more than just com, net and org.