President Trump (Photo: Department of Defense)

President Trump (Photo: Department of Defense)

WND’s Thank Trump Card Campaign continues to grow in popularity, with the Conservative Tribune publishing an article bringing its readers news of this innovative campaign designed to thank President Trump for all he has accomplished in his first year in office.

“The folks over at WND have started the ‘Trump Card’ campaign, which allows you to thank our 45th president for whatever it is you’re thankful for this year involving his presidency (or perhaps just life in general),” wrote author Cillian Zeal, later adding, “Please like and share on Facebook and Twitter to let everyone know how they can thank President Donald Trump.”

This Conservative Tribune story comes after Fox News Channel hosts Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham, both of whom are popular radio hosts as well, each tweeted the link to one of WND’s first stories announcing the campaign in November:


Breitbart News also published a story at the time of the launch announcing the start of the Thank Trump campaign to their readers.

And recently, popular radio host Alex Jones threw his support behind the campaign during an interview with WND founder and CEO Joseph Farah on “The Alex Jones Show.”

“We’d better thank our lucky stars,” Jones said. “The Supreme Court we’ve got, what’s happened with the economy, all of it – they planned to sew it all up when Hillary got in – the censorship, the control.”

Jones added: “The answer is to get everybody doing what [WND] and Joseph Farah have done, and that’s what’s going to cause a hydrogen bomb explosion of thankfulness.”

Anyone can send President Trump a digital thank-you card by visiting Simply select one of our 10 unique card designs, type a personalized message if desired, and click “Submit” to send your card electronically to the White House. That’s it – there’s no cost involved.

Our newest card design directly addresses Trump’s recent decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move the U.S. embassy there. It reads, “you kept your promise.”

The most popular card by far remains the spiritually themed one that reads, “Praying for your continued success! May the Lord bless you and keep you.” Forty-one percent of users have selected that card.


Farah, who dreamt up this campaign, is hoping it will catch fire with the help of social media activists spreading the word and the continued promotion of the campaign by alternative media outlets and talk radio.

“I don’t expect much help from the ‘fake news’ cartel,” said Farah. “But it wasn’t the ‘fake news’ cartel that helped elect Donald Trump president. It was the new independent press, including the pioneer in that area, Now, Donald Trump needs encouragement to stay the course, turn up the heat, open up the throttle and continue fulfilling campaign promises one by one. That’s what this campaign is all about, in addition to demoralizing and defusing the angry, thuggish opposition led by the Democrats and establishment Washington.”

For a continuously updated list of reasons to be thankful for President Trump, check out WND’s BIG LIST of Trump accomplishments., originally known as WorldNetDaily, was established in 1997 as the first independent online news agency. And WND has run other innovative political campaigns in the past, including the famous “Pink Slip” project, which sent 9 million messages to Congress on pink paper threatening members with rejection at the polls in November 2010 if they did not act on their campaign promises. The campaign was so successful, it exhausted supplies of pink paper in North America. Republicans gained 63 House seats to take control of the House of Representatives in that election.

Media representatives who would like to interview WND founder and CEO Joseph Farah about the campaign are encouraged to email [email protected]

Go to to view the 10 card design options, all of which can be personalized with additional messages and sent directly to the White House at no cost.


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