The Hill article Republicans have unveiled a new website, aiming to revive their tarnished presidential bid and give their message a boost in the 2018 midterm elections.GOP officials unveiled a website Monday afternoon to build on President Donald Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.”
The site, named the “Make Trump Great Again” site, was launched by Sen. Chuck Grassley and Rep. Steve King.
The site’s design is modeled on that of the Donald Trump campaign website, which was the subject of a scathing critique by the Federal Election Commission last year.
The website’s new logo includes the words “MAGA” emblazoned in red on a blue background.
The site will feature a variety of news, opinion and political coverage, and an option to “like” stories and share articles on social media.
The website will also feature a search engine for searching articles and news sources.
The new website is the first in a series of projects designed by the Republican Party.
In January, the Republican National Committee launched the Republican Leadership Summit.
In September, the party hosted the “Making America Great” convention, where former President Donald Trumps campaign slogan was adopted.
The event drew some Republican establishment figures and Trump supporters, including former Gov.
Sarah Palin, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former White House press secretary Sean Spicer and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
The GOP website will be available for download Tuesday and the platform will be open for public use throughout the midterm elections, the RNC said in a statement.
The RNC is partnering with a variety a digital marketing company to promote the new website.
The firm, RMG, has a history of launching online campaigns, including the website for the House GOP caucus.