Trump campaign launches website to tout unpopular president's 'growing portfolio of accomplishments'
Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at Veterans Memorial Coliseum at the Arizona State Fairgrounds in Phoenix, Arizona. (Gage Skidmore/Flickr)

Donald Trump's re-election campaign is launching a new website dedicated to the president's “growing portfolio of accomplishments,” Politico reports.


The site is called promiseskept.com and the general theme is that the media lies, says campaign manager Brad Parscale.

“It’s a shame that such a platform is even necessary to overcome the errors and omissions reporting by the mainstream media—full of distortions, underreporting and lies—but we are pleased to present such a record of achievement by President Trump nonetheless,” he said in a statement.

The boasts on the site are more modest than Trump himself claims verbally. For example, Trump has claimed that he is already building a wall on the Mexican border and that Mexico will pay for it "one way or another" but on the site he simply claims that he "called on Congress to fully fund a wall along the Southern border."

The site also leaves open some holes—such as admitting that Trump merely led Congress to repeal a few provisions of Obamacare but did not "repeal and replace it" with something much better that offered everyone coverage for less money, as he had claimed he would do on the campaign trail.