The Trump Administration is launching an online forum and platform for citizens to voice their views on Trump, The American Conservatives reported Friday.
The White House announced the initiative Thursday, and the site is being hosted by the White House Office of Public Engagement, which is working to “help our community build a more informed, informed, and engaged electorate,” according to a White House official.
The online forum will be the first to provide “a platform to connect citizens across the country to share their concerns and perspectives, engage in direct and indirect dialogue, and engage with one another in a constructive way.”
The White’s official website also launched an app for iOS and Android devices on Thursday.
The site will offer a range of topics, including issues such as national security, immigration, trade, and foreign policy.
“The Trump administration is dedicated to making America great again,” said the White, which also announced plans to open an Office of Strategic and International Affairs.
“We will use this platform to help citizens engage with the White Houses senior officials to share what they know about their own government, and to build a stronger and more informed electorate.”
The site is expected to launch by the end of the year, the official said.