DONALD TRUMP has launched a new website highlighting his achievements while he served as US President.
The site, 45office.com, has been set up as a way for Trump to keep in touch with his supporters and to showcase his 'best bits' from his time in office.
On the homepage, there's multiple photos of Trump was various famous figures, including his wife Melania, world leaders and military personnel.
"The office of Donald J Trump is committed to preserving the magnificent legacy of the Trump Administration, while at the same time advancing the America First agenda," the website reads.
In the 'About' section, there's a glowing 850-word synopsis of Trump's time in office, regaling achievements of his such as strengthening NATO, tightening border security and holding productive meetings with the likes of North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
It follows the news that Trump is setting up a new social media platform to rival the likes of Twitter and Facebook.
According to a former adviser of his, Trump's new platform could be up and running in three to four months.
The 74-year-old was booted off social media due to his perceived part in inciting the Capitol riots which resulted in the deaths of five people, including one police officer back in January.
Trump supporters stormed Congress in an attempt to prevent the official certification of Joe Biden's election victory.