The White House comment line has been AWOL since Trump took office. The good folks at Anonymous have remedied this issue by providing a list of phone numbers from most of the offices in the White House.
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Open communication is the cornerstone of a good democracy.
In his inaugural address, Donald Trump said that all people would be heard under his administration.
“The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer,” he proclaimed. “Everyone is listening to you now.”
While Trump’s staff is still learning how to use their computers, our intention is to help them fulfill his promise of transparency by providing the people with an additional way to be heard.
This website is in no way affiliated with the White House, Donald Trump, or the United States government.
What should I say?
Something constructive; please do not abuse this service. We suggest, “I’m a taxpayer and…”
Who will answer?
We don’t know who will answer these phone numbers. Different people might answer the same line.
Will they record my call?
The White House might record your call or log your phone number without telling you, or they may not.
What if I can’t get through?
If the line is busy, keep trying. If the line continues to ring with no answer, try a different number.
Get the numbers at: https://whcommentline.com/#call